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From Lucky <wanxing...@163.com>
Subject Re:Re: Requested array size exceeds VM limit
Date Mon, 17 Jul 2017 02:44:14 GMT

Thanks all.
I know how to do it .


At 2017-07-15 21:45:06, "Denis Magda" <dmagda@gridgain.com> wrote:
Starting Ignite 2.0 data is always in off-heap meaning you can easily store and process terabytes
of data in the cluster.

Java heap is needed only for operational needs of your application (not as data storage).
Start with some value around a couple of gigabytes and increase if the workload requires more.


On Saturday, July 15, 2017, Lucky <wanxing987@163.com> wrote:

OK .I see.
But My data is more than 80GB, and it will rise to 120G  the next 3 years,  and   I want to
let my  data always resides in off heap.
My ignite version is 2.0.
Any suggestion?


At 2017-07-14 21:27:21, "Andrey Mashenkov" <andrey.mashenkov@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Lucky,

It is a bad practice to set JVM memory >= 32GB. Usually, you can get a performance degradation
for heap > 10Gb due to heavy GC.
Also it make no sense to have different Xms and Xmx params on server side as, JVM never revert
back free memory to OS.

From ignite-2.x there is no need to have huge heap as all your data will always resides in
off heap.
For 1.x versions, you can add more nodes with smaller heap or use OffHeap memory mode.

See recommended settings [1].

[1] https://apacheignite.readme.io/docs/jvm-and-system-tuning

On Thu, Jul 13, 2017 at 5:02 AM, Lucky <wanxing987@163.com> wrote:

Actually,my setting is : Xms =40G,Xmx =120G.
but it still got the wrong message.
Are there another parameters about H2 console?


At 2017-07-12 16:53:56, "Humphrey" <hmmlopez@gmail.com> wrote:
>You can modify the ignite.sh script and increase the Xms and values
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Best regards,
Andrey V. Mashenkov

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