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    Default Re: rmi code

    Recommended reading: Use meaningful, specific subject headers and the rest of that web page.

    Incidentally, your question has nothing at all to do with RMI, which stands for Remote Method Invocation. It could be related to JNI or JNA.

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    Default Re: rmi code

    Moved from Java Example -> RMI

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    Default Re: rmi code

    how can see processor speed,ram size using java?
    Java doesn't have access to this kind of information. It is sandboxed to some extent in a virtual machine which only gives it access to certain information. Also, if you're using 32bit java, available RAM numbers wouldn't give you accurate results since the max ram available to java in 32 bit is substantially less than the 64bit it is running on.

    That being said, you could have java invoke some native code or tools. You would need to know which platform you are on to know that tools to use, but java could run unix command line applications to gather this information for example.

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