Operating Systems Solaris How to increase jvm size for solaris 10 (sparc) operating system Post 302673967 by jlliagre on Wednesday 18th of July 2012 04:49:16 PM
Originally Posted by neeraj.tati
I want to know if there is we can configure some jvm parameter or something else which can increase the jvm size resulting in not getting terminated.

I am getting error message "could not allocate heap memory size". Seems this is also related to JVM only.
You might increase the max heap memory size allowed to the JVM by modifying the -Xmx argument passed to the java command. Of course, if you are experiencing a memory leak, that will not help that much, just make the OOM happen later.

In any case, this can' be related to zones / memory capping. Solaris doesn't over-commit memory so either the JVM doesn't start or it starts. In the latter case, the memory is already reserved so you can't have an out of memory dues to outside processes.
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wbemconfig(1M)						  System Administration Commands					    wbemconfig(1M)

wbemconfig - convert a JavaSpaces datastore to the newer Reliable Log datastore format SYNOPSIS
/usr/sadm/lib/wbem/wbemconfig convert DESCRIPTION
A Reliable Log directory is created that contains the converted data. This directory is named /var/sadm/wbem/logr. The convert argument is the only supported option of this command. You should only run this command after stopping WBEM (CIM Object Man- ager) with the init.wbem stop command. Otherwise your data may be corrupted. This command successfully converts any proprietary custom MOFs you have created in the datastore, but not any CIM or Solaris MOFs you have modified. These will be destroyed. To recompile any modified CIM or Solaris MOFs into the new datastore, run the mofcomp command on the MOF files containing the class definitions. Because the wbemconfig convert command invokes the JVM (Java Virtual Machine) to perform conversion of the JavaSpaces datastore, you must be running the same version of the JVM as when the original JavaSpaces storage was created. After the wbemconfig convert command is com- pleted, you can change to any version of the JVM you want. To see what version of the JVM you are running, issue the java -version command. OPTIONS
The following options are supported: convert Convert a JavaSpaces datastore to the newer Reliable Log datastore format. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWwbcou | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
init.wbem(1M), wbemadmin(1M), wbemlogviewer(1M), mofcomp(1M), attributes(5) SunOS 5.10 24 Aug 2000 wbemconfig(1M)

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