As you can see, it's all over the map, which is probably why: (1)
Caucho sets it explicitly (and to a very conservative value); (2) it's
always best to set the stack size yourself so you know what you're
getting; and (3) test it yourself with the value(s) you'd like to use
in the environments you want to use it to make sure it works (see my
previous comment about only 128K and 1M working when I did my testing).
On Jan 8, 2009, at 17:28, Serge Knystautas wrote:
> Rob Lockstone wrote:
>>> (general sun jvm on windows questions)
>>> - What is the default stack memory size?
>> That's too general of a question. It depends on the OS, and (perhaps)
>> the version of the OS.
> I did this research a while ago, but seems relevant:
> Default in Sun JDK 1.2 on unix was 128kb
> Default in Sun JDK 1.3 on unix was 256kb
> Default in Sun JDK 1.4 on windows is 512kb
> Default in IBM JDK 1.5 is 256kb on all platforms
> Default in JRockit JDK 1.5 is 64k (win) or 128kb (linux)
> The old volano chat scalability reports used 32kb
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