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What is Forked Execution process ? How it differs from normal execution process?
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on Aug 1, 2014 by richard_moon
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Aug 1, 2014 3:26 PM
By default, the Molecule's nodes will execute any Dell Boomi AtomSphere processes within the same
Java virtual machine (JVM)
as the node itself. However, there is an optional mode that can be enabled which causes a node to execute each process in a separate JVM,
each time that another process executes. This is called "
See documentation for more details ... Forked Execution for Molecules and Clouds:
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