On 29-03-15 19:35, Wolfram Goetz wrote: > > I always got these out memory errors when I tried to run a 3TiB node under > Windows 7 64-bit, regardsless of the said settings. When I switched to Linux > (Kubuntu 14.04) it worked immediately. Could it also depend on the java > version? I'm using OpenJDK under Linux now.
I'm not sure it is related to the Java version at hand. What I suspect to have been the culprit in your situation, is the architecture of the Java installation you employed on your Windows machine. 32-bit applications on Windows can only use 2 GiB of virtual memory (or 3 GiB with the large address awareness flag set in the executable image), and Java is quite liberal in its virtual memory usage… Oracle recommends using a 32-bit Java under most conditions, even on a 64-bit Windows installation. On 64-bit Linux, you'll probably have had a 64-bit Java by default, on Windows, it might have been a 32-bit one. If you can reproduce this on a 64-bit JVM (you can check the version and architecture with the command `java -version'), please file a bug report. -- Bert
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