File s390-java-opts.patch of Package java-1_8_0-openjdk

--- openjdk/common/autoconf/boot-jdk.m4	2016-07-26 12:28:03.054552831 +0200
+++ openjdk/common/autoconf/boot-jdk.m4	2016-07-26 12:30:34.651143737 +0200
@@ -351,29 +351,29 @@
   AC_MSG_CHECKING([flags for boot jdk java command for big workloads])
 
   # Starting amount of heap memory.
-  if test "x$OPENJDK_BUILD_CPU_ARCH" = "xs390"; then
+  # if test "x$OPENJDK_BUILD_CPU_ARCH" = "xs390"; then
     ADD_JVM_ARG_IF_OK([-Xms256M],boot_jdk_jvmargs_big,[$JAVA])
-  else
-    ADD_JVM_ARG_IF_OK([-Xms64M],boot_jdk_jvmargs_big,[$JAVA])
-  fi
+  # else
+  #   ADD_JVM_ARG_IF_OK([-Xms64M],boot_jdk_jvmargs_big,[$JAVA])
+  # fi
 
   # Maximum amount of heap memory.
   # Maximum stack size.
-  if test "x$BOOT_JDK_BITS" = x32; then
-    if test "x$OPENJDK_BUILD_CPU_ARCH" = "xs390"; then
+  # if test "x$BOOT_JDK_BITS" = x32; then
+  #   if test "x$OPENJDK_BUILD_CPU_ARCH" = "xs390"; then
       JVM_MAX_HEAP=768M
-    else
-      JVM_MAX_HEAP=1100M
-    fi
+  #   else
+  #     JVM_MAX_HEAP=1100M
+  #   fi
     STACK_SIZE=768
-  else
+  # else
     # Running Javac on a JVM on a 64-bit machine, takes more space since 64-bit
     # pointers are used. Apparently, we need to increase the heap and stack
     # space for the jvm. More specifically, when running javac to build huge
     # jdk batch
-    JVM_MAX_HEAP=1600M
-    STACK_SIZE=1536
-  fi
+  #   JVM_MAX_HEAP=1600M
+  #   STACK_SIZE=1536
+  # fi
   ADD_JVM_ARG_IF_OK([-Xmx$JVM_MAX_HEAP],boot_jdk_jvmargs_big,[$JAVA])
   ADD_JVM_ARG_IF_OK([-XX:ThreadStackSize=$STACK_SIZE],boot_jdk_jvmargs_big,[$JAVA])
   ADD_JVM_ARG_IF_OK([-XX:PermSize=32m],boot_jdk_jvmargs_big,[$JAVA])