Thats kinda weird since as you state yourself RSSOwl uses SWT which is just a (thin) Java layer around GTK. I'm running Eclipse on CentOS 6.3 and my font rendering is the same as on Fedora 17.... [by KermitDaFragger]
Like TrevorH said the RSS of the JVM process is not going to be the size of the heap because the heap is just the amount of memory available for Java objects. Also the JVM might not return the memo... [by KermitDaFragger]
What are you trying to accomplish ? FreeNX doesn't do any authentication by itself by default; Thats all done by PAM (unless you disabled PAM support). EDIT: Just realized somethin... [by KermitDaFragger]
I remember that Unix (Sun blades and Linux) did launch java apps instantly, especially if we compare to Windows. This was cool but now I call a java utility millions of times per second in the batch file and the startup time is the bottleneck. I see that experts exchange have the same question and discovered the option,
I hire a CentOS 6 VPS where I wish to deploy a java webapplication. Tomcat and Glassfish both crash without much feedback. I created a simple hello world application, independent of network activity and found out that even that simple class would not work consistently. Strangely it sometimes produces the helloworld.class and sometimes it just hangs.