WebObjects/Web Applications/Deployment/Memory Settings

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Paul Lynch[edit | edit source]

If you set it per instance using JavaMonitor, it goes in Instance Settings, Additional Arguments, with all the other command line arguments.

In the project (Xcode 2.2), inspect the Executable for your app, and use the Arguments tab. Like the example Jacky Gagnon used:

-Xms64m -Xmx300m

Robert Walker[edit | edit source]

There is one additional option that can be used to ensure/override the memory setting for all instances (even if they are not included in the arguments in JavaMonitor).

On the aggregate target there is a JVM_OPTIONS key in Expert View. Entering the memory settings here will include them in the launch arguments of every instance.

Example: java -XX:NewSize=2m -Xmx64m -Xms32m -DWORootDirectory="/System" -DWOLocalRootDirectory="" -DWOUserDirectory="/Users/robertwalker/Source/MyWOApp/build" -DWOEnvClassPath="" -DWOApplicationClass=Application -DWOPlatform=MacOS -Dcom.webobjects.pid=4128 -Xmx256m -classpath WOBootstrap.jar com.webobjects._bootstrap.WOBootstrap -WOPort 55555