JRE 1.7 u15 static installation on Windows 7 64bit, no client directory

Discussion in 'Java' started by olivier@clickndecide.eu, Feb 26, 2013.

  1. Guest

    Hello,
    I have something strange with a static installation of the JRE (64bit):
    the client directory (which should contain jvm.dll) is not created.
    But a server directory is created with a jvm.dll inside.
    Does someone know if this is a known issue with version ? or did I miss something?
    thank you,
    Olivier.

    Install command:
    "C:\TEMP\JRE17INST\"jre-7u15-windows-x64.exe /s INSTALLDIR=\"C:\Java\jre17\" ST
    ATIC=1 /L \"C:\java_jre17_setup.log\"

    java_jre17_setup.log:
    === Logging started: 2/26/2013 17:13:26 ===
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    Action start 17:13:26: AppSearch.
    Action ended 17:13:26: AppSearch. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:26: LaunchConditions.
    Action ended 17:13:26: LaunchConditions. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:26: FindRelatedProducts.
    Action ended 17:13:26: FindRelatedProducts. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:26: ValidateProductID.
    Action ended 17:13:26: ValidateProductID. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:26: setUserProfileNT.
    Action ended 17:13:26: setUserProfileNT. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:26: setAllUsersProfile2K.
    Action ended 17:13:26: setAllUsersProfile2K. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:26: CostInitialize.
    Action ended 17:13:26: CostInitialize. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:26: FileCost.
    Action ended 17:13:27: FileCost. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:27: IsolateComponents.
    Action ended 17:13:27: IsolateComponents. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:27: CostFinalize.
    Action ended 17:13:27: CostFinalize. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:27: SetARPReadme.
    Action ended 17:13:27: SetARPReadme. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:27: CheckPendingFileRenameOperations.
    Action ended 17:13:27: CheckPendingFileRenameOperations. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:27: SetODBCFolders.
    Action ended 17:13:27: SetODBCFolders. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:27: MigrateFeatureStates.
    Action ended 17:13:27: MigrateFeatureStates. Return value 0.
    Action start 17:13:27: SetARPINSTALLLOCATION.
    Action ended 17:13:27: SetARPINSTALLLOCATION. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:27: InstallValidate.
    Action ended 17:13:27: InstallValidate. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:27: InstallInitialize.
    Action ended 17:13:28: InstallInitialize. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: AllocateRegistrySpace.
    Action ended 17:13:28: AllocateRegistrySpace. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: ProcessComponents.
    Action ended 17:13:28: ProcessComponents. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: UnpublishComponents.
    Action ended 17:13:28: UnpublishComponents. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: MsiUnpublishAssemblies.
    Action ended 17:13:28: MsiUnpublishAssemblies. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: UnpublishFeatures.
    Action ended 17:13:28: UnpublishFeatures. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: StopServices.
    Action ended 17:13:28: StopServices. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: DeleteServices.
    Action ended 17:13:28: DeleteServices. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: UnregisterComPlus.
    Action ended 17:13:28: UnregisterComPlus. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: SelfUnregModules.
    Action ended 17:13:28: SelfUnregModules. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: UnregisterTypeLibraries.
    Action ended 17:13:28: UnregisterTypeLibraries. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RemoveODBC.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RemoveODBC. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RemoveRegistryValues.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RemoveRegistryValues. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: UnregisterClassInfo.
    Action ended 17:13:28: UnregisterClassInfo. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: UnregisterExtensionInfo.
    Action ended 17:13:28: UnregisterExtensionInfo. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: UnregisterProgIdInfo.
    Action ended 17:13:28: UnregisterProgIdInfo. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: UnregisterMIMEInfo.
    Action ended 17:13:28: UnregisterMIMEInfo. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RemoveIniValues.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RemoveIniValues. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RemoveShortcuts.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RemoveShortcuts. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RemoveEnvironmentStrings.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RemoveEnvironmentStrings. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RemoveDuplicateFiles.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RemoveDuplicateFiles. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RemoveFiles.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RemoveFiles. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RemoveFolders.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RemoveFolders. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: CreateFolders.
    Action ended 17:13:28: CreateFolders. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: MoveFiles.
    Action ended 17:13:28: MoveFiles. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: InstallFiles.
    Action ended 17:13:28: InstallFiles. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: PatchFiles.
    Action ended 17:13:28: PatchFiles. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: DuplicateFiles.
    Action ended 17:13:28: DuplicateFiles. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: BindImage.
    Action ended 17:13:28: BindImage. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: CreateShortcuts.
    Action ended 17:13:28: CreateShortcuts. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RegisterClassInfo.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RegisterClassInfo. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RegisterExtensionInfo.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RegisterExtensionInfo. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RegisterProgIdInfo.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RegisterProgIdInfo. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RegisterMIMEInfo.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RegisterMIMEInfo. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: WriteRegistryValues.
    Action ended 17:13:28: WriteRegistryValues. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: WriteIniValues.
    Action ended 17:13:28: WriteIniValues. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: WriteEnvironmentStrings.
    Action ended 17:13:28: WriteEnvironmentStrings. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: InstallODBC.
    Action ended 17:13:28: InstallODBC. Return value 0.
    Action start 17:13:28: RegisterTypeLibraries.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RegisterTypeLibraries. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RegisterComPlus.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RegisterComPlus. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: InstallServices.
    Action ended 17:13:28: InstallServices. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: StartServices.
    Action ended 17:13:28: StartServices. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: SelfRegModules.
    Action ended 17:13:28: SelfRegModules. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RegisterUser.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RegisterUser. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: RegisterProduct.
    Action ended 17:13:28: RegisterProduct. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: PublishComponents.
    Action ended 17:13:28: PublishComponents. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: MsiPublishAssemblies.
    Action ended 17:13:28: MsiPublishAssemblies. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: PublishFeatures.
    Action ended 17:13:28: PublishFeatures. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: PublishProduct.
    Action ended 17:13:28: PublishProduct. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: InstallJava.
    Action ended 17:13:28: InstallJava. Return value 1.
    Action start 17:13:28: InstallFinalize.
    Action ended 17:14:06: InstallFinalize. Return value 1.
    Action ended 17:14:06: INSTALL. Return value 1.
    MSI (s) (6C:D8) [17:14:06:429]: Product: Java 7 Update 15 -- Installation operation completed successfully.

    MSI (s) (6C:D8) [17:14:06:429]: Windows Installer installed the product. Product Name: Java 7 Update 15. Product Version: 7.0.150. Product Language: 1033. Manufacturer: Oracle. Installation success or error status: 0.

    === Logging stopped: 2/26/2013 17:14:06 ===
     
    , Feb 26, 2013
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  2. Roedy Green Guest

    On Tue, 26 Feb 2013 08:34:55 -0800 (PST),
    wrote, quoted or indirectly quoted someone who said :

    >I have something strange with a static installation of the JRE


    What is a static install? Why do you need one?
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    Roedy Green, Feb 28, 2013
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  3. Joerg Meier Guest

    On Thu, 28 Feb 2013 11:23:38 -0800, Roedy Green wrote:

    > On Tue, 26 Feb 2013 08:34:55 -0800 (PST),
    > wrote, quoted or indirectly quoted someone who said :
    >>I have something strange with a static installation of the JRE

    > What is a static install? Why do you need one?


    From
    <http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/jre-install-137694.html>

    -------------------8<---------------------
    Static configuration

    When a JRE is installed in the static mode, it will not be updated in place
    by newer versions. A later version of the same JRE family will be installed
    in a separate directory. This mode ensures that vendors, who require a
    specific version of the JRE for their product, can be certain that the JRE
    will not be overwritten by a newer version.

    Some of the characteristics of a static JRE installation are as follows:

    A static JRE installation (example: 6u15) will ignore a previous
    patch-in-place installation of another JRE (example: 6u10)
    A static JRE installation is never overwritten by another JRE version
    When a newer JRE version is present (example: 6u15), older JRE versions
    ( example: 6u12) are installed in static mode only
    A patch-in-place JRE can be overwritten by a static JRE installation of
    the same version. The user will be left with one static JRE installation.

    The default installation directory of a static JRE is of the form
    c:/Program Files/Java/jre<version>. For example, by default, a static JRE
    for Java SE 6u10 will be installed in the directory c:/Program
    Files/Java/jre1.6.0_10.
    -------------------8<---------------------

    Liebe Gruesse,
    Joerg

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    Joerg Meier, Feb 28, 2013
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  4. Sven Köhler Guest

    Re: JRE 1.7 u15 static installation on Windows 7 64bit, no clientdirectory

    Am 26.02.2013 17:34, schrieb :
    > Hello,
    > I have something strange with a static installation of the JRE (64bit):
    > the client directory (which should contain jvm.dll) is not created.
    > But a server directory is created with a jvm.dll inside.
    > Does someone know if this is a known issue with version ? or did I miss something?


    As far as I know, 64Bit JVM don't come with the client version of
    hotspot but only with the server version.

    Regards,
    Sven
     
    Sven Köhler, Mar 1, 2013
    #4
  5. Guest

    Thanks Sven.
    I did not know that.

    Regards,
    Olivier.

    >
    > As far as I know, 64Bit JVM don't come with the client version of
    >
    > hotspot but only with the server version.
    >
    >
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Sven
     
    , Mar 7, 2013
    #5
  6. olivier Guest

    Hi

    static install was explained by another person.
    I want a static install to be sure of the Java environment used on a production server.

    regards,
    Olivier.

    Le jeudi 28 février 2013 20:23:38 UTC+1, Roedy Green a écrit :
    > On Tue, 26 Feb 2013 08:34:55 -0800 (PST),
    >
    > wrote, quoted or indirectly quoted someone who said :
    >
    >
    >
    > >I have something strange with a static installation of the JRE

    >
    >
    >
    > What is a static install? Why do you need one?
    >
    > --
    >
    > Roedy Green Canadian Mind Products http://mindprod.com
    >
    > One thing I love about having a website, is that when I complain about
    >
    > something, I only have to do it once. It saves me endless hours of
    >
    > grumbling.
     
    olivier, Mar 7, 2013
    #6
  7. Guest

    Hi

    static install was explained by another person.
    I want a static install to be sure of the Java environment used on a production server.

    regards,
    Olivier.
    >
    > What is a static install? Why do you need one?
    >
    > --
    >
    > Roedy Green Canadian Mind Products http://mindprod.com
    >
    > One thing I love about having a website, is that when I complain about
    >
    > something, I only have to do it once. It saves me endless hours of
    >
    > grumbling.
     
    , Mar 7, 2013
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