Java / Java Multithreading part II
What is JVM tiered compilation?
Tiered compilation, introduced in Java SE 7, brings client startup speeds to the server VM by enabling client compiler usage instead of interpreter. Once the code becomes hot and profile data is collected, it is recompiled by the Server compiler. Tiered compilation is enabled by default on server VM.
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