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From Jordi Salvat i Alabart <>
Subject Re: JMeter eating up my memory
Date Mon, 20 Sep 2004 18:00:51 GMT
Yes if you're running with the default JVM parameter settings. A large 
heap greatly enhances execution performance and, most importantly, 
reduces the frequency of GCs, which cause often unwanted deviations in 
time measurements.

Have a look at bin/jmeter (the Unix startup file) for instructions on 
tuning these. Touch at jmeter.bat if you're on Windows, but that one is 
not commented.



En/na Vinicius Carvalho ha escrit:
> Hi there! Is it normal for Jmeter to use abnormal 341 mb of RAM? Even 
> when not running. I think it might be something wrong, cuz it eats more 
> memory than Jbuilder + jboss together . . .
> Thanks
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