We've got a situation (I'm still far from up to speed on any details)
involving memory-mapped STMFs in Java on a V7 customer box.
I'm not yet privy to the details of what we're doing, but we're trying
to offload a cache in a Tomcat webapp context, and it's throwing some
really weird exceptions at us (but it's apparently working fine on other
hardware platforms, and on the same V7 box if we're running a test
program from QShell. Among other things, it's giving out-of-memory
exceptions, even though there's plenty of heap space (and indeed, the
Tomcat server is running with -Xmx3072m, in a subsystem with a 3G
private memory pool), and the Tomcat server itself, and another context
running in it, aren't being affected.
As my colleague was describing what he was doing, I began to wonder,
could this somehow be getting into a fight with single-level store?
Does anybody here have the slightest idea what could be going on here?
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