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any singleton pattern early instantiated issues

 
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I came across some issues using lazy instantiated singleton pattern

Reference: http://www.cs.umd.edu/~pugh/java/memoryModel/DoubleCheckedLocking.html.

Similarly is there any issues in using early instantiated singleton pattern?
 
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Krishnna,
Below text from the link mentioned by you above specifies that issues with lazy initialization of singletion have been taken care off.

JDK5 and later extends the semantics for volatile so that the system will not allow a write of a volatile to be reordered with respect to any previous read or write, and a read of a volatile cannot be reordered with respect to any following read or write





 
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