On May 15, 2008, at 10:34 PM, Stargazer wrote:
> Jay Ballinger wrote:
>> You're setting these in the resin config file and not on the
>> command-line call, right?
>> + jay
> Yup ;-)
> To clarify further, when you set them too low all that happens is
> restarts more often as the watchdog sees the java oom, rather than
> linux just grabbing the swap.
You should enable <jvm-arg>-agentlib:resin</jvm-arg> and take a heap
dump to see what's taking up the memory.
If there's a memory leak, then it's important to identify the leak,
not just tweak configuration parameters.
>> Stargazer wrote:
>>> I have a RH server with 750mb ram. Its serving about 30 hosts, split
>>> between php (quercus) and jsp. As its not doing
>>> anything else, just the usual email etc, I want to allocate 500mb to
>>> resin (3.1.6 but this subject is pretty generic). I tried Xms512m,
>>> -Xmx512m but the system still goes into swap (and eventually uses
>>> it all
>>> so dies). Even -Xms256m, -Xmx256m does it too. Of course I could set
>>> these really low and might get away with it, but I'm really
>>> looking for
>>> the best values for my config which won't swap and won't waste ram
>>> setting them too low, and by extension apply this login for any
>>> of ram in the server. Are there any other params I should modify too
>>> please? Thanks.
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