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Old 08-06-2017, 10:53 AM   #1
marco.hahn
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Java environment on Raspberry Pi


I have a Raspberry Pi 3 and have a Java application that I want to call from command line. All works fine, except that I have to wait about 15 seconds for the Java virtual machine to start up before my application is being executed. Is there a way to keep the JVM up and running all the time and let it know that it shall process my application from time to time?
 
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hello, your post is missing some additional information (commands issued, distro and softweare versions etc), but i think i get the gist.

is this some sort of server?

why can't you just keep the application running? start it once (as a service maybe, or manually) and just keep it running?

i also use a java application on my server (libresonic) and it takes minutes to come up, but once it's running i don't need to exit it anymore (and it doesn't take too many resources).
 
  


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