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VM setting in Eclipse the JVM

One of the most recommended options to use is to specify a specific JVM for Eclipse to run on. Doing this ensures that you are absolutely certain which JVM Eclipse will run in and insulates you from system changes that can alter the "default" JVM for your system. Many a user has been tripped up because they thought they knew what JVM would be used by default, but they thought wrong. eclipse.ini lets you be CERTAIN.

The following examples of eclipse.ini demonstrate correct usage of the -vm option.

Note the format of the -vm option - it is important to be exact:

The -vm option and its value (the path) must be on separate lines.

The value must be the full absolute path to the Java executable, not just to the Java home directory.

The -vm option must occur before the -vmargs option, since everything after -vmargs is passed directly to the JVM.

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