GitHub user DLotts opened a pull request:

    Rya 189 mongo arch dependant

    ## Description
    Made the build fail for module mongodb.rya if using a 32bit JVM/JDK.
    When it fails, it provides an explanation and recomendation to use a 64bit 
    Currently the tests fail when using a 32bit JVM with output that give 
little clue to the cause.
    ### Tests
    No unit tests need.
    Test manually like this:
    #### The usual case:
    Run a build using a 64bit JVM installed:
    > mvn install   -rf  :mongodb.rya
    #### The new case:
    Install a 32bit JDK, for example jdk1.8.0_102.
    Run this command to cause it to be used (replace the path to the JDK):
    In Linux:
    > JAVA_HOME='/whatever/Java32bit/jdk1.8.0_102' mvn install   -rf  
    or in Windows using git bash or MSYS2:
    > JAVA_HOME='C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.8.0_102' mvn install   -rf  
    Expect this output:
    > [WARNING] Rule 0: org.apache.maven.plugins.enforcer.RequireOS failed with 
    > Testing MongoDB with Flapdoodle fails for arch=x86, which is 32bit JVM, 
fix by using a 64bit JDK
    > Tests will fail with the following error when using 32bit JVM on either 
Linux or Windows:
    >                Could not start process: 
    Followed by an enforcer error.
    ### Links
    ### Checklist
    - [ ] Code Review
    - [ ] Squash Commits
    #### People To Reivew
    Caleb has a linux based 32bit SDK.  I did not test that.
    or Aaron, anyone.

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    This closes #112
commit d53bfe1e938922027711ae8f94fdda8215ce13dc
Author: David W. Lotts <>
Date:   2016-10-12T21:27:00Z

    rya-189 TODO how to do an OR, test jvm 32bit.

commit 4ce44bcbd0afda24aebdf45cd89f1555990b0202
Author: David W. Lotts <>
Date:   2016-10-14T18:29:55Z

    rya-189 done.  TODO don't fail if skipTests


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