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An Issue with our ZCM 11.2/11.2.1 Upgrade

Prior to our upgrade we had implemented some ZCM Java performance tweaks to take advantage of the 64 bit JVM on our primaries. When we upgraded the settings were not maintained and we have battled recurring performance issues since. Just realized it recently and reapplied the changes. Just wanted to post this to hopefully help others avoid the same problem.
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Re: An Issue with our ZCM 11.2/11.2.1 Upgrade

Jhurley,
> Prior to our upgrade we had implemented some ZCM Java performance tweaks
> to take advantage of the 64 bit JVM on our primaries. When we upgraded
> the settings were not maintained and we have battled recurring
> performance issues since. Just realized it recently and reapplied the
> changes. Just wanted to post this to hopefully help others avoid the
> same problem.


Thanks for the heads up! This seems worthy of a cool solutions tip? Ie
both what you tweaked and that t got overwritten by the upgrade.

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Re: An Issue with our ZCM 11.2/11.2.1 Upgrade

AndersG;2218823 wrote:
Thanks for the heads up! This seems worthy of a cool solutions tip? Ie
both what you tweaked and that t got overwritten by the upgrade.


+1 Indeed! It would be good to hear about both!

Thanks,
Willem
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