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How many JVM's?

 
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I red there is seperate ServletContext object for every JVM, but I'm confused about JVM.

1. If I've two application running on same Tomcat instance, do these application runs in seperate JVM? i.e two JVM for two applications?

2. What if these applications are running on different servers lets say one is running on Tomcat and one is on Websphere? how many JVM's?

Please help.
Thanks,
Sachin.
 
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