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multiple processes spawning for single-threaded application...

 
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hi folks,
i have an rmi server running which extends UnicastRemoteObject and upon startup, before any clients have connected, it spawns about 15 processes, 1 parent and 14 children. the same thing happens when i start the rmiregistry (1 parent, 12 children). i'm running on suse 9.0 using jdk 1.4.1_06.

i don't believe i've seen this sort of behavior before and don't know what all these additional processes are being spawned for.

is there a good reason why these extra processes are being spawned? is there any way to constrain the number of processes that are spawned for a java app?

thanks for your help.

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sorry folks,
found the answer:
http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=481411&messageID=2348244

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