Filr high utilization on Java
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6Gb Java Heap size
- The Java process is constantly using above 85% CPU.
- Sometimes the application cores.
- Large sized Net Folders.
- Multiple Net Folders added at the same time.
- Trying to index multiple large net folders at once.
Increase to at least 12Gb RAM, and Java heap to 8Gb, and don't try and index too many large folders at once. More Memory may be needed then what's listed here.
Typically the Java Heap size should be about half of the RAM, but it is possible to increase it to 3/4 in some situations.
Remember to clean up any unneeded core files, to conserve free space.
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- Document ID:7012478
- Creation Date:24-MAY-13
- Modified Date:31-MAY-13
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