My ColdFusion 8.0.1 Enterprise Server's jrun.exe is suffering memory leaks. I believe this may have to do with the Java interaction. However, the java on the machine is Java6U12. I noticed though, that in the ColdFusion8\runtime\jre\bin, it has its own java executables. These are Java6U4. I was wondering two things: Does ColdFusion8 not use the machine's Java version, instead using the java in its own directories, and if so, can I update this Java to the newest version in an attempt to correct the memory leaks? Any help at all would be greatly appreciated.
You can tell CF to use a different JVM if you like. Change the java.home value in jvm.config in the jrun4/bin dir (on a multi-server install. Not sure where it is on a standard install).
Well thank you Adam. I will be giving that a try and let you know how it
goes. Thank you VERY much for the insightful and responsive reply.