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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Tomcat memory usage.
Date Wed, 17 Jan 2007 05:10:21 GMT
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Ayusman,

Ayusman Dikshit wrote:
> I wanted to know how can I specify/increase the memroy requirements for my
> application or Tomcat application?

If you want to give this particular application more resources than you
want to share with the others, then you'll need another instance of
Tomcat. Running multiple instances of Tomcat is no big deal, and you get
the advantage of configuring the resource allocations for each one
separately.

For instance, you can leave your existing Tomcat instance alone and
create a new one that has 2GB memory allocated to it.

Tomcat does not contain any resource management features that will let
you allocate some memory for one web app and more for another. In fact,
that's probably a Java restriction and not an app server one.

- -chris
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