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Why do you specifically need a server VM?
To my knoledge any program can run in both server VM and client VM.
Only difference is server VM is optimised for better efficiency and Client VM is optimised for better response.
Also I do not think that server VMs are available for all platforms. Sombody please correct me If I am wrong.
Do you have the JDK installed? If not (you only have the JRE) then install the JDK.
Then copy the \client\ directory from the JRE that's in the JDK to the previously installed (standalone) JRE.
These instructions are at the bottom of the paragraph "Redistributable JDKTM Files" in this document:
I need the server version to run an application sakai
also how can i increase the heap size of my JVM
Increasing the heap size is done through a command-line VM argument.
See http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/docs/tooldocs/windows/java.html, and look for -Xms, -Xmx, and -Xmn. These are optional arguments to control the initial, max and min (respectively) heap sizes.