Re: [gentoo-user] Java eats my memory [was: Performance problem (slow hard drive?)]

2005-04-06 Thread A. Khattri
On Wed, 6 Apr 2005, Jose Gonzalez Gomez wrote:

 So it seems I have finally found the reason why my machine slows
 down... should I be worried of this? :

   PID USER  PR  NI  VIRT  RES SWAP  SHR S %CPU %MEMTIME+  COMMAND
 17023 jgonzale  15   0 1522m  80m 1.4g  87m S 28.0 16.3   0:03.81 java
 17022 jgonzale  15   0 1522m  80m 1.4g  87m S 26.9 16.3   0:03.06 java
 17015 jgonzale  18   0 1522m  80m 1.4g  87m R 17.0 16.3   0:02.90 java
 17017 jgonzale  16   0 1522m  80m 1.4g  87m S  3.3 16.3   0:00.23 java

 It seems Java takes 1,5Gb of memory!!! Am I right?

Isn't that virtual memory ?

The resident size is 80Mb no?

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Re: [gentoo-user] Java eats my memory [was: Performance problem (slow hard drive?)]

2005-04-06 Thread Ivan Yosifov
Are you running the server vm ?

On Wed, 2005-04-06 at 18:46 +0200, Jose Gonzalez Gomez wrote:
 So it seems I have finally found the reason why my machine slows
 down... should I be worried of this? :
 
   PID USER  PR  NI  VIRT  RES SWAP  SHR S %CPU %MEMTIME+  COMMAND
 17023 jgonzale  15   0 1522m  80m 1.4g  87m S 28.0 16.3   0:03.81 java
 17022 jgonzale  15   0 1522m  80m 1.4g  87m S 26.9 16.3   0:03.06 java
 17015 jgonzale  18   0 1522m  80m 1.4g  87m R 17.0 16.3   0:02.90 java
 17017 jgonzale  16   0 1522m  80m 1.4g  87m S  3.3 16.3   0:00.23 java
 
 It seems Java takes 1,5Gb of memory!!! Am I right? I have tested doing
 the same actions in the computer of a fellow developer, and it only
 gets around 300Mb. I've tried changing the parameters of the Java VM
 in Maven using the MAVEN_OPTS environment variable with no success.
 Anyway this seems to be a system wide problem, as Eclipse takes the
 same amount of memory. Is there any way I can change this? Is this a
 problem related to AMD64? Any ideas?
 
 Thanks in advance, best regards
 Jose
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Re: [gentoo-user] Java eats my memory [was: Performance problem (slow hard drive?)]

2005-04-06 Thread Richard Fish
A. Khattri wrote:

On Wed, 6 Apr 2005, Jose Gonzalez Gomez wrote:
  

It seems Java takes 1,5Gb of memory!!! Am I right?


Seems to be right.  Wow.  Even VMWare running XP on my system only
consumes 350MB of memory!!

Isn't that virtual memory ?

The resident size is 80Mb no?
  


Virtual memory = resident + swap.

man top.

-Richard

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Re: [gentoo-user] Java eats my memory [was: Performance problem (slow hard drive?)]

2005-04-06 Thread Robert G. Hays
Also re swap-size: how big is your swap partition?
rgh.
Ivan Yosifov wrote:
Are you running the server vm ?
On Wed, 2005-04-06 at 18:46 +0200, Jose Gonzalez Gomez wrote:
 

So it seems I have finally found the reason why my machine slows
down... should I be worried of this? :
 PID USER  PR  NI  VIRT  RES SWAP  SHR S %CPU %MEMTIME+  COMMAND
17023 jgonzale  15   0 1522m  80m 1.4g  87m S 28.0 16.3   0:03.81 java
17022 jgonzale  15   0 1522m  80m 1.4g  87m S 26.9 16.3   0:03.06 java
17015 jgonzale  18   0 1522m  80m 1.4g  87m R 17.0 16.3   0:02.90 java
17017 jgonzale  16   0 1522m  80m 1.4g  87m S  3.3 16.3   0:00.23 java
It seems Java takes 1,5Gb of memory!!! Am I right? I have tested doing
the same actions in the computer of a fellow developer, and it only
gets around 300Mb. I've tried changing the parameters of the Java VM
in Maven using the MAVEN_OPTS environment variable with no success.
Anyway this seems to be a system wide problem, as Eclipse takes the
same amount of memory. Is there any way I can change this? Is this a
problem related to AMD64? Any ideas?
Thanks in advance, best regards
Jose
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