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JVM Crash

 
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Hi,
Can any one tell me, how to crash JVM from windows runtime environment or vice versa.

Thank you...

It's urgent !!!
 
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Umm, are you seriously asking how to crash a process or operating system?
 
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why do you want to do that..??
 
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Use some JNI'ed C++ badly depending on what type of crash you want.
 
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Run WebSphere on it.

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urgent,. . . um, yeah
 
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Originally posted by Saidur Rahman:
Hi,
Can any one tell me, how to crash JVM from windows runtime environment or vice versa.



I am assuming that this is a language issue -- and that you meant to kill a JVM... You can use the "tasklist" command to find the JVM. And you can use the "taskkill" command to kill the JVM.

Henry
 
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I don't see any good reason for making the JVM crash.
if there is any, then why start it at all
 
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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