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Harpreet Singh janda
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I am trying to run below command



and system is giving below error :



Please help
Jesper de Jong
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As far as I know, the 32-bit version of Sun Java does not include the server version of the JVM; it's only included with the 64-bit version.


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Henry Wong
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Jesper Young wrote:As far as I know, the 32-bit version of Sun Java does not include the server version of the JVM; it's only included with the 64-bit version.


Not sure if this is true -- as I used the 32 bit JVM (with server JIT) for years.... BTW, to the OP, are you using a JRE or a JDK?

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Harpreet Singh janda
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jre 1.5
and os is Win XP
Henry Wong
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Download a JDK, and try it with that JVM.

Henry
David Newton
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Yeah, I use server mode in 32-bit Windows JDK JVM.
 
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