asked 1 year ago by buffalo-bill
updated 1 year ago by pt-barnum
Category: Application Lifecycle Management
I heard there is a special page in ALM/Quality Center that will tell me how my Java HEAP is being used. How do I get to it?
We just moved from ALM 11.0 to 12.55 (new server) a few weeks ago. We have been syncing defects with JIRA for a month. I noticed I have two defects that are complaining about "Failed to add attachment: BIGMovie.MOV. Error (AR 0000) heap space. We move...
We were facing some performance issues with HP ALM, and we ran HP ALM Advisory tool which has recommended to increase our Java memory size to 4270 MB. When I have checked the existing Initial and End Java memory it is as follows: # Initial Java Heap Size ...
We are experiencing random crashing of the ALM server. I would like to capture the heap information to a log file for viewing. Does anyone know how to set this up?
I see a few posts in here about setting the JAVA heap size. an older one is explicitly for JBOSS (older QC versions), but not sure about what to do when it is JETTY (newer QC version 11.5x, and 12.x). Any ideas?
asked 9 years ago by buffalo-bill
updated 9 years ago by pt-barnum
We need a way to check on server DB activity and on how it is utilizing the JAVA Heap. It seems that every once in awhile, we max-out on some activity that halts the QC server.
asked 10 years ago by buffalo-bill
updated 10 years ago by pt-barnum
We are getting this error on our QC/ALM server. IT goes away after a cycle of the services/reboot. What is causing the JAVA memory to do this? Server on 'ALMServer' has entered an unstable state, please contact your site administrator.status=MUTED, label=...
asked 13 years ago by young-steve
updated 11 years ago by michael-1
How can I set the heap size for Quality Center / JBoss to 2048 on a Windows 2003 Server?