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I have a NetWare 6 server with SP5. ON this server, I have ZFD 4.0.1
with IR6 and ZFS 3.0.2 with IR3A. The server has 1GB of memory. What
happens is on first boot, the server has about 50% cache buffers. Over
time, the cache buffer percentage decreases to about 20% and I get the
Java error and the ZFS alarms stop processing. Here is the full error.

at Method)
at, Compiled Code)
at Snmp2.SnmpSession.receiver(, Compiled Code)
Error: java.lang.Thread Death

All the memory "leaking" seems to be going into Miscellaneous memory.
I've tried using the Xms and Xmx switches in the tomcat33.ncf file,
adding extra memory to DBSRV07, and lastly to limit the amount of the
swap file since I thought that what was taking up the Miscellaneous
memory. None have helped.

I guess my quesiton is, I cannot find in remote manager nor in Monitor
how to track what is taking up the Miscellaneous memory. Can someone


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Re: Java.lang.OutOfMemoryError

There is an updated NW 6.0 server.exe that fixes post-SP5 memory
handling issues, but unfortunately the only way to get it is log a call
with Novell and ask for it. As it's an unpublished bug you should be
able to ask for the call charge against your CC to be reversed when you
close the call.
Andrew C Taubman
Novell Support Forums Volunteer SysOp
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