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JVM -OUT OF MEMORY ERROR

JVM -OUT OF MEMORY ERROR

JVM -OUT OF MEMORY ERROR

(OP)
hi,

when i run mm eway with batch connector and try to get some files(Ftp) it gives java.lang.OutofMemory error.

i try to increase jvm thread and stack size in config file.
but it does not do so.

any suggestions on this one?

RE: JVM -OUT OF MEMORY ERROR

You should increase the heap size value in the MM eway's configuration file. reasonable values are:
initial heap size: 268435456
maximum: 536870912

RE: JVM -OUT OF MEMORY ERROR

i am also encountering this problem..
mine is page iteration..
so wats "You should increase the heap size value in the MM eway's configuration file." --->MM???

thnks in Advanced..

RE: JVM -OUT OF MEMORY ERROR

You can increase this in various places in 4.5.3.

Either
At collaboration rule properties .... in Initialisation String type
-mx 128000000

(-mx is max heap size, -ms is starting heap size)

OR

stceway eWay config file.  Fill in the appropriate box.

If still out of memory then keep doubling numbers ...
256000000
512000000
etc

Worth considering also why your eWay is using so much memory!

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