Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-08-25 Thread Kirsten, Dirk
[mailto:basex-talk-boun...@mailman.uni-konstanz.de] Im Auftrag von bram.van...@ugent.be Gesendet: Donnerstag, 24. August 2017 23:45 An: 'Christian Grün' <christian.gr...@gmail.com> Cc: 'BaseX' <basex-talk@mailman.uni-konstanz.de> Betreff: Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for obj

Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-08-24 Thread bram.vanroy
rün [mailto:christian.gr...@gmail.com] Verzonden: donderdag 24 augustus 2017 10:19 Aan: Bram Vanroy <bram.van...@ugent.be> CC: BaseX <basex-talk@mailman.uni-konstanz.de> Onderwerp: Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap Hi Bram, As indicated in a previous reply, BaseX wa

Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-08-24 Thread bram.vanroy
gt; CC: BaseX <basex-talk@mailman.uni-konstanz.de> Onderwerp: Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap > I am running 64 bit, a x86-x64 JVM so I'd thought I could assign a > larger amount of memory to it. Hm. You could try to specify -d64 to ensure that the

Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-08-16 Thread Christian Grün
> I am running 64 bit, a x86-x64 JVM so I'd thought I could assign a larger > amount of memory to it. Hm. You could try to specify -d64 to ensure that the 64bit JVM is used. > Why does it need that much memory to just launch? Is it > trying to load some thing of all the existing databases in

Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-08-16 Thread Bram Vanroy
Hi Christian Thanks again for the quick reply. I am running 64 bit, a x86-x64 JVM so I'd thought I could assign a larger amount of memory to it. In any case, I am confused as to what the error message means in a BaseX context. I am simply trying to *start* the basex server, and I

Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-08-16 Thread Christian Grün
Hi Bram, As was indicated before, the JVM is restricted to appr. 1.4 -1.5, sometimes 1.6 GB on 32 bit Windows systems. Generally (and as you have impressively proven), it is indeed possible to have millions of databases in a single BaseX instance. In practice, it is recommendable to find a

Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-08-16 Thread Kirsten, Dirk
: Mittwoch, 16. August 2017 08:04 An: basex-talk@mailman.uni-konstanz.de Betreff: Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap It wasn't clear to me from the OP whether the issue of *slowness* persisted after raising max heap to 2 GB, or whether the issue of *not being able

Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-08-16 Thread Imsieke, Gerrit, le-tex
Von: basex-talk-boun...@mailman.uni-konstanz.de [mailto:basex-talk-boun...@mailman.uni-konstanz.de] Im Auftrag von Bram Vanroy Gesendet: Dienstag, 15. August 2017 22:22 An: basex-talk@mailman.uni-konstanz.de Betreff: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap Hi all I'm running into an issue

Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-08-15 Thread Kirsten, Dirk
onstanz.de Betreff: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap Hi all I'm running into an issue with many databases. I.e. one server instance with millions of databases. When creating all of these, I found that the more databases are included on the instance, the slower furthe

[basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-08-15 Thread Bram Vanroy
Hi all I'm running into an issue with many databases. I.e. one server instance with millions of databases. When creating all of these, I found that the more databases are included on the instance, the slower further database generation got. For instance, I could see in the logs that in

Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-05-16 Thread Christian Grün
> I hadn't -- I wasn't sure if BaseX would still run or what value to try. > What do you suggest I start with? -Xmx1000m instead of -Xmx1400m? Less? We would have hoped that the thosen value is a good tradeoff for most Windows systems. If your operations don’t consume too much memory, it might

Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-05-16 Thread Jim Saiya
Christian, I hadn't -- I wasn't sure if BaseX would still run or what value to try. What do you suggest I start with? -Xmx1000m instead of-Xmx1400m? Less? Jim Saiya XML Analyst Developer Detroit, MI ✆ 703.731.5119 ✉ jsa...@formatdata.com [in] www.linkedin.com/in/jimsaiya On

Re: [basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-05-16 Thread Christian Grün
Dear Jim, Did you already try to change/reduce the value of the -Xmx flag in the basexhttp.bat start script? Cheers, Christian Am 17.05.2017 00:40 schrieb "Jim Saiya" : I'm having the same issue Cong Hui has described in this Stack Overflow question:

[basex-talk] Could not reserve enough space for object heap

2017-05-16 Thread Jim Saiya
I'm having the same issueCong Huihas described in this Stack Overflow question: http://stackoverflow.com/q/43331077/4852675 Namely, that I get this error when trying to run basexhttp.bat Error occurred during initialization of VM Could not reserve enough space for 1433600KB