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Integrating Java code with native code on Solaris

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I read that the user-level Java thread implementation on Solaris requires the Java VM to redirect certain Solaris system calls. This may cause undesirable effects on a hosting native application that also depends on these system calls. I want to integrate Java code with native code on Solaris. Will this pose a problem. Anybody has had an experience in this area ?
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Can you elaborate the question, context and the requirement so that we can look at it.

Java vm traps some signals atmost. If your native code program also traps the same signals then there is a problem.

It traps sigio and sigalarm.


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