I've written a bit of code that uses JSch and enables our job scheduling
system to do SSH remote commands and SFTP. The problem is, every time the
system runs a simple file transfer, it fires up a new instance of the JRE
(this has to do with the way the job scheduling system works). I would like
to reduce the memory footprint for my little app as much as possible. What
amount of memory should I start the JRE with to successfully execute a few
If you don't stir the pot,
the stuff at the bottom just sits there.
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