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I work as an administrator for WebSphere on OS/390. I spoke with some of our distributed guys and they mentioned the aspects of JVMs within their application. When they have problems they usually have to bounce the JVM to get things back up and running.
My question is how does JVM fit in the distributed world? How does it differ in a Mainframe world? My understanding was the container runs all J2EE associated things and the container code ran within the JVM. Wouldn't bouncing a JVM be the end all process?
Any clarification is helpful.
 
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