Please review 7112160 (Kumar Srinivasan)
kelly.ohair at oracle.com
Wed Nov 16 20:55:03 UTC 2011
On windows, it's more of a "give me a block of memory this big", and sometimes even if the
system has 4GB, it might not have a 1GB hole to give you. :^( So java just dies on startup.
And if you make this number > RAM, the Linux/Solaris systems could very easily just page thrash.
We could declare that 2GB RAM is the minimum now, on all systems, and do as you say, but
there are people out there with less RAM, I think... not me...
On Nov 16, 2011, at 12:40 PM, Mike Duigou wrote:
> Since this is the maximum memory limit and not a specified allocation why not go right to 1GB?
> The netbeans launcher scripts also have some nice code which could determine an appropriate maximum for a given configuration.
> On Nov 16 2011, at 12:00 , build-dev-request at openjdk.java.net wrote:
>> Here is a tiny change to increase the heap space for javadoc, during the
>> jdk build, this allows the build to complete and speeds up the build as
>> fyi. The heap space was on the borderline of running out of heap and cause
>> an OOM, some recent changes have increased the memory requirement,
>> and tipped the scale over.
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