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Performance Tuning GroupWise 8 Client on Mac OS X



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April 20, 2011 12:05 pm

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After working for years with the GroupWise client on a Mac, it started to have poor performance, like extremely slow in browsing, reading and writing e-mails.

Here’s a short tip for tuning the Java Environment Settings for the GroupWise client:

browse to your Applications directory,
goto GroupWise.app,
goto show Contents,
there will be a file in it called Info.plist (where you can also add startup options),
edit the file and goto

  <key>VMOptions</key>                    	   
  <string>-Xms64m -Xmx128m</string>

change the settings from Xms64m to Xms128m and Xmx768m

After restarting the client, the performance should increase dramatically.

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  1. By:mjbauer

    Worked like a charm, thanks for the tip!

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