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  1. JDK
  2. JDK-6778571

Adjust CompilerThreadStackSize being recognised for backwards compatibility.

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      b07
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      generic, x86
    • OS:
      windows, windows_2003, windows_xp

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        For most of 1.4.2's life, the command-line option CompilerThreadStackSize was not recognised on the Windows platform.

        In 1.4.2_18 CompilerThreadStackSize is recognised on Windows.
        Some advice exists to use -Xss as an alternative way of getting larger stack for the hotspot CompilerThread.

        This no longer works, as was the intention.

        The enhancement request here is to recognise the -Xss (ThreadStackSize) setting for the CompilerThread, IF CompilerThreadStackSize is not being specified.

        If implemented, this will mean there is only a small window of update release history in which -Xss does not set the CompilerThread. stack.

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                  kevinw Kevin Walls
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                  kevinw Kevin Walls
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