OS400 do not have any specific ways to detecting an out-of-memory
condition, but WRKJVMJOB utility, which can be used to check the JVM
conditions, not only for memory usage. So , any way you aware of on other
platforms could be used on IBM i .

Best regards.
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Is there anything OS/400-specific for detecting an out-of-memory
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