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Siebel 8.0 memory tunables for Unix? [message #259846] Thu, 16 August 2007 12:06 Go to next message
jasonpolachak
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Registered: August 2007
Location: Florida
Junior Member
All,

Do any of you know where or if you can configure the memory settings that the siebel 8.0 application can use. It appears that the siebel java garbage collector process is being starved for memory. However, I cant find anywhere to tune this option. Like in Oracle we set an SGA. Is there something similar to this in Siebel?

Thank You,
Jason Polachak
Re: Siebel 8.0 memory tunables for Unix? [message #343793 is a reply to message #259846] Thu, 28 August 2008 03:24 Go to previous message
Maury1978
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Registered: August 2008
Location: Milan
Junior Member
Hi, yes.
You may adjust MAX_DATA parameter in "siebmtshw" file under /siebsrvr/bin.

For instance if you open siebmtshw with VI editor you may modify the last row:

export LDR_CNTRL=IGNOREUNLOAD@LOADPUBLIC@PREREAD_SHLIB@MAXDATA=0x50000000

The parameter in queue MAXDATA=0x50000000 means the processes will use 5 segments of 256 MB RAM.

Modifing this to 6, for example, you give to your process 6x256 MB of memory.

example: LDR_CNTRL=IGNOREUNLOAD@LOADPUBLIC@PREREAD_SHLIB@MAXDATA=0x60000000


I hope this help.
regards.

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