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3.5.01 Reviewing the JVM heap size
September 23, 2013
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If you selected the Small or Medium deployment option when you installed IBM® Connections, IBM Installation Manager set the Maximum Heap Size of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) on each application server. This setting is designed to avoid out-of-memory errors.
Review the heap size on each server to ensure that you are allocating enough memory for IBM Connections but also to ensure that you are not allocating more memory than the physical capabilities of the systems where the JVMs are deployed.
Whether you installed a Small, Medium, or Large deployment of IBM Connections, you should review the JVM heap sizes in your deployment and make adjustments, if necessary.
Start your Browser and log in to the Integrated Solutions Console with your IBM WebSphere Application Server Administrator account.
WebSphere application servers
The test and demonstration server that was created during installation of the IBM WebSphere Application Server is not required anymore. Check both check boxes near the
servers and click
to save the last configuration changes.
On the right side click
Java and Process Management
Java Virtual Machine
Check that the field
Maximum Heap Size
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