Clay Leeds wrote:
Not trying to belabor a point, just trying to get understanding of how this all works. I would think that JVM only has to start once during a processing instance.
This is correct. The start and warp-up overhead accounts for the
difference between the 2s for page rendering and a few seconds more
of total elapsed time.
However, is the long delay you experienced with the commented file
reproducible, or did you perform the experiment just once?

On a multitasking system there can be quite a bit of jitter, in
particular windows occasionally locks the whole machine for some
non-trivial time (tens of seconds to minutes) when it feels like
reorganizing its in-memory management structures or if it unloads
no longer needed DLLs from memory in order to free swap space.


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