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From Lyman <lb...@memach.com>
Subject Re: Help Requested: Sending file attachments greater than 4mb causes OOM errors
Date Wed, 14 May 2008 15:05:53 GMT


Peter Crowther wrote:
> 
> What does "top" tell you about your used/free memory - total, and that used by Java?
> 

Here is a snap shot of top sorted by %memory used:
top - 11:02:53 up 12 days,  2:56,  1 user,  load average: 0.02, 0.01, 0.00
Tasks:  76 total,   1 running,  75 sleeping,   0 stopped,   0 zombie
Cpu(s):   0.0% user,   1.6% system,   0.0% nice,  98.4% idle
Mem:    904948k total,   892732k used,    12216k free,    86580k buffers
Swap:   248996k total,     6988k used,   242008k free,   643228k cached

and for the tomcat processes:
  PID USER      PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S %CPU %MEM    TIME+  COMMAND
29154 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:14.59 java                  
29155 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.46 java                  
29156 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:04.03 java                  
29157 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.00 java                  
29158 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.01 java                  
29159 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.00 java                  
29160 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.00 java                  
29161 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:01.25 java                  
29162 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:19.77 java                  
29163 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.08 java                  
29164 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.00 java                  
29165 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.01 java                  
29166 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.05 java                  
29167 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.04 java                  
29168 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.01 java                  
29169 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.00 java                  
29170 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.00 java                  
29172 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.00 java                  
29173 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.60 java                  
29174 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.02 java                  
29175 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.03 java                  
29176 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.04 java                  
29177 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.03 java                  
29178 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:01.31 java                  
29179 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:08.42 java                  
30161 tomcat4    9   0 92076  89m  13m S  0.0 10.2   0:00.01 java    


I have tried changing -Xmx in increments of 256m but not seen any difference in behavior there
either... 

Thanks

Lyman
     

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