I agree. What about
Ironically enough, the proposed settings are less than ideal for a majority for the equipment being used currently in house. Of course, these can always be changed if the hardware supports this, so I am not sure the point of setting these in the repository version if they won't by default, work on a lot of machines.
I always liked mysql's solution, which is to make a different config that is a generic server size:
So something like:
Not a bad idea.
anything that is larger than the current 256m is better. There are small shop production instances that run on default config provided with JBoss.
sad, a full testsuite run used to run in the default JVM settings.
A full testsuite run used to be 300 tests without significant bytecode/proxy generation.
Its been requested to crank up the server default memory settings:
-Xms512m -Xmx1024m -Dsun.rmi.dgc.client.gcInterval=3600000 -
These seem a bit high for defaults. What do you think?
The default now is: -Xms128m -Xmx512m
We should really be looking at changing the max settings, not the minimum ones, because they must be generic enough to accomodate for most out of the box configs.