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Tag: memory-management

Would writing a server in 64bit Java be stunted by JVM heapsize / memory?

It looks like 32 bit java program can only use between 1-2 gigs of ram? http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/javasdk/tools/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.java.doc.igaa%2F_1vg00014884d287-11c3fb28dae-7ff6_1001.html Could I expect a java program running in 64bit OS to not have this limitation? Answer Could I expect a java program running in 64bit OS to not have this limitation? Yes, it should be fine. However, it makes sense to check on the

Android Resources Class Memory Usage

I’m making modifications to the Android 4.0 launcher and I have been running into many OutOfMemoryErrors. Since the 4.0.3 update it got much worse (or started, it seems before it was fine, but I never got to test properly) and I have tried many many things to fix it. The error is also in the stock launcher without my modifications.

Increasing JRE Memory Usage in Eclipse

I read in another question that you can increase the JRE memory allowance for an app through Window -> Preferences in Eclipse, but I can’t seem to find anything related to heap memory allocation. Editing -xms/xmx values in eclipse.ini doesn’t help since those are for Eclipse itself. Answer I believe when Run > Debug Configuration (or Run Configuration), then Arguments

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