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  • tcserver developer eats all ram

    hi, I have uploaded tecserver developer into my hosting is a vps with 768 ram, and I could see a message that it could not allocate memory.

    there is any option to get tcserver eats not so ram?

  • #2
    I have to use default tomcat, it crash my hosting when I try to see insight.
    Bad luck it was what I was searching.

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    • #3
      depending on what OS, but assuming your VPS is a linux system, check the JVM options in the file bin/setenv.sh

      On windows, running as a service, same options are in conf/wrapper.conf

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      • #4
        ok, I will try it downloading ram.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by fhanik View Post
          depending on what OS, but assuming your VPS is a linux system, check the JVM options in the file bin/setenv.sh

          On windows, running as a service, same options are in conf/wrapper.conf
          I tried it, but it has some strange behaviors, I will try more, and then, I will decide.

          thanks, now it doesn't crash.

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          • #6
            well after trying it, I am happiest, I have configured some parameters, and it works fine.

            I only have one question, what do I have to do to get endpoints for my application? I can see it for insight, but not for my app.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by duardito View Post
              well after trying it, I am happiest, I have configured some parameters, and it works fine.

              I only have one question, what do I have to do to get endpoints for my application? I can see it for insight, but not for my app.
              To see Insight endpoints, you must be using SpringMVC controllers (annotated with @Controller). The next release of Insight does not impose this limitation, and allows endpoints to be declared with your own annotation or other plugins.

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              • #8
                ok, so I will wait next release.

                any release date?

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                • #9
                  Spring Insight will be GA and released with tc Server Spring Edition in Q1 of 2010

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