Chris.Phillips at Sun.COM
Tue Apr 15 16:28:21 PDT 2008
Sorry to reply to self, but since I'm not a windows
hombre "pre-relocated" I think equals "rebase" in windowseze.
Also there is a utility (used to be sysinternals.com, now some where
at Microsoft, listdll(s?).exe that will show info about this.
Chris Phillips wrote:
> Could it perhaps be a dll relocation issue... that is fracturing the
> contiguous space needed for the larger Java heap?
> I've seen similar issues when 3rd party dlls that were pre-relocated
> got loaded before the jvm starts..
> Keith Holdaway wrote:
>> Sorry - not 64 bit - that's another issue -
>> JDK 5.0 u14 on the VM start up issues.
>> From: Jon.Masamitsu at Sun.COM [Jon.Masamitsu at Sun.COM]
>> Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2008 6:01 PM
>> To: Keith Holdaway
>> Cc: Y.S.Ramakrishna at Sun.COM; hotspot-gc-use at openjdk.java.net
>> Subject: Re: Negative durations?
>> Which release are you using?
>> Keith Holdaway wrote:
>>> "Error occurred during initialization of VM Could not reserve enough
>>> space for object heap" - on a 4 GB RAM 32 bit Windows box running a
>>> 32 bit VM with all -Xmx over 768m, I see the previous message. The
>>> obvious causes: not enough contiguous memory to accommodate the heap.
>>> Fragmentation issues? We rebooted - no other stuff running - what
>>> other causes are there to produce such a VM start up issue?
>>> Keith R Holdaway
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