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Nicholas DiPiazza updated TIKA-2575:
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    Description: 
Sometimes, for example, you use tika to parse an XLS file that isn't really 
that big, maybe 60 MB. and suddenly the JVM heap size taken is >800Mb which 
causes an OOM in my case.

Can we make an "abort threshold" where the tika parse will halt if buffer size 
grows passed a certain amount? 

Or it is possible for users to already do this themselves by watching the input 
stream as it grows somehow?

 

 

  was:
Sometimes you use tika to parse an XLS file that isn't really that big, maybe 
60 MB. and suddenly the JVM heap size taken is >800Mb which causes an OOM in my 
case.

Can we make an "abort threshold" where the tika parse will halt if buffer size 
grows passed a certain amount? 

Or it is possible for users to already do this themselves by watching the input 
stream as it grows somehow?

 

 


> Provide a way to abort tika parses when tika input stream buffer grows passed 
> a certain threshold
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>
>                 Key: TIKA-2575
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TIKA-2575
>             Project: Tika
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: parser
>            Reporter: Nicholas DiPiazza
>            Priority: Major
>
> Sometimes, for example, you use tika to parse an XLS file that isn't really 
> that big, maybe 60 MB. and suddenly the JVM heap size taken is >800Mb which 
> causes an OOM in my case.
> Can we make an "abort threshold" where the tika parse will halt if buffer 
> size grows passed a certain amount? 
> Or it is possible for users to already do this themselves by watching the 
> input stream as it grows somehow?
>  
>  



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