On 11/20/13 3:10 PM, Dan Kimmel wrote:
First, run java in its own storage pool. There's a couple ways to do
this. I create a separate subsystem and allocate a pool to it. I
allocate either a private pool or one of the *SHRPOOLxx's. I make the
pool big enough to handle the size I specify as Xmx in the java
command.

I'm still trying to understand how to do this. I might have set up a
subsystem once, many years ago, but I don't really understand the
process, and the documentation I've been able to find so far doesn't say
much about private pools (and the easiest-to-understand tutorial I've found so far is written in a cutesy "Wizard-of-Oz-Movie" style, and is 19 years out of date).

I haven't yet gone to the Work Management book (but I'm about to do so,
and I've heard it's not a particularly easy to understand manual).

--
JHHL


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