But you just said you're running it using 192m. Did I miss something? I only
have Confluence (so far), and a handful of other webapps.
On Mar 29, 2010, at 05:11:21, Daniel López wrote:
> I thought I had read it somewhere but I have not been able to find it in
> the current documentation, so it could be an empiric measure, but in any
> case I'm pretty sure 256m was not enough, at least for JIRA+confluence
> in the same container instance.
> Rick Mann escribió:
>> Thanks for the suggestion, Daniel. I did in fact try, just like that. Set it
>> to 256m.
>> On Mar 29, 2010, at 01:00:36, Daniel López wrote:
>>> How have you increased the MaxPermGen of your resin install?
>>> Just ot make sure you have not increased the size of the watchdog
>>> instead of the "real" instance, which happened to me at the beginning :).
>>> Confluence has so many JSPs and other internal classes that it needs
>>> quite a chunk of memory for that.
>>> The node where we are running a JIRA & Confluence instance has these
>>> settings inside resin.xml (Resin 3.1.5 and Confluence 2.8.1 though):
>>> Rick Mann escribió:
>>>> I'm trying to install Confluence 3.2 on my Resin-4.0.5 setup, and it seems
>>>> to go well until the step where it builds the database. Then it gets
>>>> PermGen out of memory errors. I'm installing the expanded WAR, using a
>>>> JDBC datasource against a MySQL database (everything else runs like this).
>>>> I also tried increasing the MaxPermGen to 256 m. No luck.
>>>> Any ideas? Has anyone gotten this to work?
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