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java.xmx.absolute_part for ActiveGate with mainly extensions v2

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I have been making some tests to get an efficient use of resources on AGs that I have that mainly do extensions v2. I have looked especially at memory, so EEC can have more memory available. I have made some changes, including:

  1. Changed the performance profile of AGs to "High limits". I didn't change to "Dedicated limits" as I have extensions v1 also running, and documentation says we should not do it in these circumstances. But still curious if it can be done?
  2. Restricted AG functionality according to
    Not quite sure of the impact, as a lot of jars for these functionalities are still being loaded into the AG process.
  3. I entered the lines below in launcheruserconfig.conf, according to
    They really seem to make a little difference in memory consumption.


Now, looking at the dsfm metrics for the ActiveGates, especially dsfm:active_gate.jvm.heap_memory_used,  I have noticed that it doesn't go above 700 MB, and normally is much lower. Which makes me wonder if the java.xmx.absolute_part can't be defined lower than 2000?

Antonio Sousa

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DynaMight Legend

great stuff @AntonioSousa looking forward to your findings 


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