source: trunk/server/fedora/config/etc/environment @ 1334

Last change on this file since 1334 was 1168, checked in by geofft, 13 years ago
Make Java work again by reducing its maximum heap size. Otherwise, it will crash with an out-of-memory error on startup because it tries to allocate 1.05 G. While one option is to increase our memory limits, a better one is to make it grab less RAM. The startup code's idea of "a reasonable fraction" of total physical memory in the machine is not our idea of a reasonable amount for one process on scripts to use. Reported by tabbott, debugged by quentin and geofft, fix suggested by mitchb.
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1JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS=-Xmx128M
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