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Language: Java
Expertise: Beginner
Sep 12, 2000

Changing the Stack Size

Question:
Is it possible in Java to increase an application's stack size?

Answer:
The stack size of an application can be set at run time depending on the virtual machine you are using. Sun JDK 1.3 supports a non-standard option that can be set when you execute the java command to alter the default thread stack size.

The -Xss flag accepts an argument indicating the size of the stack in bytes. For example,

java -Xss1024k
would set the default thread stack size to one megabyte.
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