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Spring STS tool and JDK 64bit usage

 
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Hi,
My question is as follows:

If we use 32bit JDK and 32bit STS tool on a 64 bit system, are we unable to harness the full capacity if the system??

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Shivom Shukla
 
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The answer is it depends. You should strip the STS part out of the question and post in the perfomance forum for a better discussion on the topic. If your goal is to throw more memory and larger heaps at STS than yes a 32bit version will restrict that.
 
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