Silence? Do you think OpenSource is like a service contract which
includes 1 hour response times?

Anyway, try to increase the heap size available to the VM.

run "java -X" to see the available options

Example:
java -Xms64M -Xmx320M 

I think your images are quite big. In the case they're compressed,
imagine that FOP will uncompress the image in memory pixel by pixel.
Then you understand why this uses so much memory. There may be a more
memory efficient way, but it's not available at the moment. So you may
have to try to reduce your images in size or resolution, if that's
feasible.

On Thu, 22 Nov 2001 17:10:01 +0100 Matthias Fischer wrote:
> How do FOP/Cocoon use the system memory when transforming FO to PDF? We did
> the following experiment which, in the end, led into trouble:
> 
> a) process file with one TIFF graphic (1MB approx.): successful under Win
> NT, computed itself to death under Win 2000
> b) process file with up to 40 times the same TIFF graphic (1MB approx.):
> successful under Win NT
> c) process file with 20 different TIFF graphics (1MB approx. each): computed
> itself to death under Win NT.
> 
> Memory configurations:
> 1) Win NT machine: 128MB RAM, 256MB swap memory
> 2) Win 2000 machine: 256 MB RAM, 1GB swap memory
> 
> Any helpful ideas how to proceed?
> 
> Matthias
> 
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