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RE: Free Memory vs. Total Memory vs. Max Memory Caldarale, Charles R Mon Feb 20 10:00:07 2012

> From: Robinson, Eric [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
> Subject: RE: Free Memory vs. Total Memory vs. Max Memory

> If what you described occurs, we would see OOMs in the 
> logs, correct?

Only rarely.  More typical is slow response and annoyed end users.

> Also, if the machine has inadequate RAM, then the effect you 
> described could be the same whether you specify a low or high
> -Xms value, correct?

Eventually, yes.  But by setting -Xms to the same as -Xmx, you will get an 
indication immediately, as swap space gets allocated for the various JVM 
instances at startup, not later when you're under heavy load.

 - Chuck


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