4 Replies Latest reply on May 17, 2006 5:09 PM by Gary Jackson

    JBoss Application server Java limitations

    Gary Jackson Newbie

      Currenlty we are using IAS java application is controlled by JVM. The memory allocated to any java application should be with in the available heap size of JVM. The heap size of JVM can be configured to a maximum of 1536MB (1.5GB). JVM can't reserve more than 1.5GB. So even the system has 5GB or even more RAM , it wouldn't be helpful to process more than 1.5GB memory required java applications at any given point of time. Right now -Xmx is 1024MB in IAS for CBMS application, so it can be increased to a maximum limit of 1536MB.

      Is this statment correct? If so, will JBoss help eleviate this limitation or is it a limitation of JVM?