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From "Jonathan Maron" <>
Subject Review Request 36044: A space as the value of a command line option ends up overwriting default value of option
Date Tue, 30 Jun 2015 12:28:05 GMT

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Review request for Ambari and Tom Beerbower.

Bugs: AMBARI-12214

Repository: ambari


The atlas-env configuration item that ends up specifying the JVM options for the atlas server
currently has a value of an empty space.  That space is not ignored by the runtime, but rather
used as the value for the JVM options which ends up overwriting the default value for the
JVM options (-Xmx1024m).  That leads to a JVM that is launched with a default JVM value of
256m, which will lead to issues when the server tries to store multiple transactions in memory.





stack/python unit tests
A functional deployment with the modification in the attached patch.


Jonathan Maron

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