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Posted by shree on February 13, 2002 at 1:51 PM
start the java web server with the flwg option
java -Xms128m -Xmx256m ........
> > Hi !
> > I was getting similar problem on java web server 2.0 on Nt 4.0 with mysql database. I changed the heap size setting of the virtual machine and it started to work.U can also try to increase the initaial heap size of JVM by giving it the -mx argument. I think it will stop giving the outofmemory error.
> > > Hi,
> > > Did anyone come up with a solution for this problem???
> > > Regards,
> > > - Morten
> > > > Hello Everybody,
> > > > We are facing a problem of java.lang.OutOfMemory Exception.
> > > > It happens when we are continuously creating and storing object
> > > > in database(ObjectStore). Both our server and client are in java.
> > > > And the server is distributed and is exposed to the client through
> > > > an idl implemented in CORBA(OrbixWeb 3.0).
> > > > We are releasing references whereever needed.
> > > > And also calling runFinalizersOnExit(true).
> > > > Also, the error does not come when continuously large
> > > > objects(containing embedded objects) is stored in the same database
> > > > with objects formed only through jdk.
> > > > Any suggestions for the problem/where to look for the solution?
> > > > Is explicit running of garbage collector recommended(since the
> > > > article says that the design should not be such that it should
> > > > depend on the frequency at which the garbage collector runs)? If
> > > > explicitly run,can the running of java gc be speeded up?(i.e.,
> > > > can we decrease the interval at which it searches as to what to
> > > > garbage collect).