Why RHN update IBM JDK ?
tschaefer at dwcsolutions.com
Fri May 14 09:34:01 CDT 2004
It is exactly this kind of problem that faces the Java world, the
and forking of different Java releases, to the extent that people find
different Java installations on machines because every vendor seems to
their version to fit their applications.
According to IBM you should use their Java, however, it appears you
what you need installed.
You can install IBM's Java separately from the DB2 installation too if
arises, documentation will tell you which RPM to install.
Read the docs entitled "Up and Running With DB2 for Linux" which is a
Redbook available for FREE off of IBM's website or on their Redbook CD.
REDBOOK CD: SK2T-8038-11 ISBN 0738453420 April 2003
Look for document number SG24-6899-00 ( sg246899.htm )
Personally, my own opinion is that I would not use a Java release that
officially sanctioned by IBM because of support issues.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: SHIBATA, Makoto [mailto:ugya99 at yahoo.co.jp]
> Sent: Friday, May 14, 2004 1:01 AM
> To: linux-poweredge at dell.com
> Subject: Why RHN update IBM JDK ?
> Redhat Network(RHN) updates has
> this rpm installed /opt/IBMJava2-131 same place.
> IBMJava2-JRE-1.3.1-10 NOT found in
> # ./java -fullversion
> java full version "J2RE 1.3.1 IBM build
> When we use IBM DB2 8.1.5 and WebSphere 5.1,
> Should we use redhat's IBMJava2-JRE-1.3.1-10 ?
> Redhat supports IBM JDK ?
> We have 4 choise.
> 1) Redhat IBMJava2-JRE-1.3.1-10
> 2) JDK with DB2 installation
> 3) JDK with WebSphere installation
> 4) JDK from IBM JDK site
> Redhat Enterprise 2.1AS
> We suppose to use kernel-smp-2.4.9-e.40
> JDK depends on Kernel version ?
> Who suports JDK ?
> IBM, Redhat or Dell(We use PowerEdge 1750) ?
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