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How to adjust total memory size?

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Hi all,

 

I recently added more RAM to my NA server running on Windows 2008 R2, in case of running low on memory (about 85% used).

The total memory size before the upgrade was 495MB.

So, my wish is to bring the total size up to about 4-6GB. Unfortunately the NA didn't learn himself that more RAM is available now (the system already detected the more available memory).

I searched already through the property files, but I didn't find any appropriate strings in them.

 

Does anyone know how I can increase the total memory size for the NA application?

 

Thank you in advance

 

Regards,

Simon

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Hi,

 

You can increase the java heap size used by updating the jboss_wrapper.conf property file.

NA_install_dir/server/ext/wrapper/conf/jboss_wrapper.conf

 

You can find

- the java initial memory config line (wrapper.java.initmemory=)

- the java maximum memory config line (wrapper.java.maxmemory=)

 

Increase the heap so that both values are the same. This is required for contiguous 'fragment' of memory to be allocated.

 

In version lower than 9.20 you will also find an additional option with the Eden memory size that should be 1/3 of heap

wrapper.java.additional.3=-Xmn...

 

While this is the information requested I strongly encourage you to open a support case to better assist you in assigning correct values and tune the system. Most of the times we need to take into consideration other parameters aswell.

 

Kind regards,

Marius

Marius Herculea
HP SW Technical Consultant

Cloud and Automation Professional Services

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Hi,

 

You can increase the java heap size used by updating the jboss_wrapper.conf property file.

NA_install_dir/server/ext/wrapper/conf/jboss_wrapper.conf

 

You can find

- the java initial memory config line (wrapper.java.initmemory=)

- the java maximum memory config line (wrapper.java.maxmemory=)

 

Increase the heap so that both values are the same. This is required for contiguous 'fragment' of memory to be allocated.

 

In version lower than 9.20 you will also find an additional option with the Eden memory size that should be 1/3 of heap

wrapper.java.additional.3=-Xmn...

 

While this is the information requested I strongly encourage you to open a support case to better assist you in assigning correct values and tune the system. Most of the times we need to take into consideration other parameters aswell.

 

Kind regards,

Marius

Marius Herculea
HP SW Technical Consultant

Cloud and Automation Professional Services

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Hi Marius,

 

many thanks for your help. That brought me exactly that solution I was searching for.

 

Kindest Regards,

Simon

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Hi Simon,

 

I`m glad I could help.

 

Best regards,

Marius Herculea
HP SW Technical Consultant

Cloud and Automation Professional Services

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