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    darrens is offline Member
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    Default 64 bit java on Windows Server 2008 Enterprise SP2?

    I am trying to run some custom image processing software using 64 bit java. Just bought a new computer that is running 64 bit Windows Server 2008 Enterprise SP2, but I can't seem to get 64 bit java to work on it?

    -Does anyone know if 64 java will operate on 64 Windows Server 2008 Enterprise SP2 using AMD Opteron processors?

    -Anyone successfully used this combo? (java 64 on 64 bit Windows Server 2008 Enterprise SP2 w/AMD Opterons)?

    Computer specs:
    4 x AMD Opteron 6136 Processors at 2.40 GHz (8-cores each, 32 cores total)
    128 GB RAM
    64 bit Windows Server 2008 Enterprise

    Also, I can install 32 bit java and it runs fine, but obviously on a high end system like this I want to use a 64 bit version of java.

    Thanks for any ideas/suggestions. Be gentle, I am new :confused:

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    gixxer05 is offline Member
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    Default 64 bit java on W2K8

    Have you ever found the solution to this problem? I'm having the same problem on a 64 bit Windows 2008 Server. My application has been running fine on Windows 2003 32 bit OS; Windows 2008 Server seems to be causing my applicaton to issue file copy errors when writing a file. Thanks.

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