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From Halgurt Mustafa-Ali <>
Subject Re: Cocoon crashs!
Date Fri, 04 Feb 2005 12:06:05 GMT

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>Halgurt Mustafa-Ali wrote:
>> Each time when we get a request 
>> owl-ql loads up some Ontologies, which may have about 100 MB.
>Bad idea - to load 100Mb each time. And don't forget that 100Mb data file is 
>the same as 100Mb data filed loaded into java objects.
>> I changed the 
>> heap-size to 512mb through the java option -X. Well when we geht 20 requests 
>> a short time cocoon crashs.
>20 x 100Mb ~= 2Gb. No wonder it crashes. Rewrite your app or get more RAM.

The Problem I can't Change the owl-ql application, it is written bei Stanford 
and the have the authorisation to change it.

I thought if I use clear-cache action, each time when we answer a request 
everything will be deleted?


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