Java Runtimes

Click Java Runtimes to view the table of Java Runtimes for the selected fleet.

The table presents a list of Java Runtimes that have been reported or started during a specified time period. You can filter by family of operating system: Linux or Windows. If a Java Runtime has an associated work request, there will be an info box on the page with the message A work request is in progress for this runtime. View work requests. and a View work requests button. To perform Lifecycle Management operations on the Java Runtimes in this table, refer to Java Runtime Lifecycle Management. For each Java Runtime, the table presents the following information:
  • Version, such as 1.8.0_282
  • Name of distribution to which it belongs, such as OpenJDK Runtime Environment
  • Vendor, such as Oracle Corporation

    It's not always possible to determine the vendor of a Java Runtime. In such cases, the vendor name is indicated by N/A.
  • Security state, one of: Unknown, Upgrade Required (for unsupported/EOSL versions), Update Available (for supported versions), or Up to Date
  • Operating Systems and count of managed instances where Java Runtime is installed. For example Linux(2), Windows(3).
  • Approximate number of managed instances that have reported that the Java Runtime is installed or has started
  • Approximate number of applications started and run for more than one second that have reported that the Java Runtime is installed
  • Date and time when it was first reported
  • Date and time when it was last reported

A Java Runtime might initially be absent from the table if it hasn't yet been used to run an application. The management agent scans the host to discover the list of Java Runtime installations; if an installation is not accessible, the corresponding Java Runtime won't appear in the list until it has been used. This is because:
  • The management agent doesn't have permission to read the directory containing the installation of the Java Runtime; or
  • The installation of the Java Runtime is contained in a directory that is the target of a symbolic link.

For more information about a Java Runtime, see Java Runtime.

Click the version of a Java Runtime to view its details. (See Viewing a Java Runtime.)