Fleet Admiral
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Fine tuning BSM 9.23 on Linux

BSM 9.23 on RHEL Linux on 64-bit VM platform ( VMWARE )

I had allocated around 7GB for the server, but I see accessing BSM is very slow.

Is there any fine tuning steps that can be done to avoid slowness especially in Virtual machine environment.

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

How about using BSM Deployment and Capacities spreadsheet (aka BSM Sizing Calculator)? How much memory does it show as required for your BSM deployment?

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Fleet Admiral
Fleet Admiral

Hello Dmitry

It shows 8GB, but I still believe we can tune in few parameters, which we can achieve to run with
even less memory.

Does HP has any white-paper on doing this.

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

There is no such whitepaper that would tell you how to ignore the official product sizing numbers. If the sizing calculator tells you 8 GB of memory, you should allocate at least 8 GB (in virtual environments it would be useful to have even a bit more). If you still experience performance issues even with the required amount of memory, then you can create a support case to investigate why it happens and what can be done to improve performance.

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