What's new in version 0.23.0
The following new features and notable changes since version 0.22.0 are included in this release:
- New binaries and changes to supported environments
-XX:[+|-]PortableSharedCacheoption behavior update
-XX:[+|-]IdleTuningCompactOnIdleoption now inactive
- Support for OpenJDK HotSpot options
- Extended platform support for the JITServer technology preview
Features and changes
Binaries and supported environments
Eclipse OpenJ9™ release 0.23.0 supports OpenJDK 8, 11, and 15. Binaries are available from the AdoptOpenJDK community at the following links:
To learn more about support for OpenJ9 releases, including OpenJDK levels and platform support, see Supported environments.
-XX:[+|-]PortableSharedCache option behavior update
-XX:[+|-]PortableSharedCache option is updated to improve the portability of AOT-compiled code further. This update allows AOT-compiled code to be portable across OpenJ9 VMs that use compressed references and have a heap size of 1 MB to 28 GB when this option is enabled. This option might introduce a small (1-2%) steady-state throughput penalty when compressed references are used and the heap size is between 1 MB and 3 GB. See
-XX:[+|-]PortableSharedCache for more details about this option.
-XX:[+|-]IdleTuningCompactOnIdle option now inactive
-XX:[+|-]IdleTuningCompactOnIdle option now has no effect. A compaction is triggered by internal heuristics that look into the number of fragmented pages. Typically there is no need to force a compaction. This option was deprecated in release 0.15.0, and will be removed in the future. See
-XX:[+|-]IdleTuningCompactOnIdle for details about this option.
Support for OpenJDK HotSpot options
For compatibility, the following OpenJDK HotSpot options are now supported by OpenJ9:
Extended platform support for the JITServer technology preview
Platform support for the JITServer technology preview is now extended to 64-bit Linux® on IBM Power® systems, and 64-bit Linux on IBM Z® systems. JITServer decouples the JIT compiler from the OpenJ9 VM, freeing up CPU and memory for an application. JITServer runs in its own process, either locally or on a remote machine, where resources can be separately managed. This preview was initially introduced in Eclipse OpenJ9 V0.18.1 for Linux on 64-bit x86 systems. For more information, see JITServer technology (technical preview).
Full release information
To see a complete list of changes between Eclipse OpenJ9 version 0.22.0 and version 0.23.0 releases, see the Release notes.