JVM Memory Issue...

Dan Ames
  • Dan Ames

    Dan Ames - 2006-10-23

    Hi.  I'm trying to install the Dimdim server on a virtual private network linux box with 4GB RAM of which 44MB is available for applications... When I run the ./dimdim console, I get the following errors:

    > wrapper  | Launching a JVM...
    > jvm 1    | Error occurred during initialization of VM
    > jvm 1    | Could not reserve enough space for object heap
    > jvm 1    | Could not create the Java virtual machine.
    After cranking up the memory in the Java config file I get a different error:
    > jvm 1    | Error occurred during initialization of VM
    > jvm 1    | The size of the object heap + VM data exceeds the maximum  representable size

    Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.  We have high hopes for Dimdim and want to be great testers/contributors/community members... just need a little kickstart getting set up here...



    • Rohit Shankar (DimDim Inc.)


      Thanks for using Dimdim. This issue typically comes when there is not enough RAM available for the application. We typically recommend 256 MB RAM. In case you are using VM Image then please allocate 256MB RAM to the image.

      Please let us know in case you face further issues. We would extend any kind of help to get this kick started for you.



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