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Comment: Re: Jigsaw (Score 1) 302

by lokedhs (#46524347) Attached to: Java 8 Officially Released
Right, and while one might think that that would be an easy and logical thing to do, it turns out that there are very few (if any) situations where raising the -mx to that of available RAM is the right thing to do. That said, I admit that the the defaults today are somewhat messed up too, but raising the default limit to the total RAM is an even worse idea.

Comment: Re: Jigsaw (Score 1) 302

by lokedhs (#46521977) Attached to: Java 8 Officially Released
You realise that that is exactly how the JVM works already? The upper limit you asked for is, in fact, the max heap size that you specify using -mx. The -ms flag specifies the initial heap size. If you never allocate more than that, the VM will not request more memory from the operating system.

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