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Issue in Solution Manager Java Stack

Hello all,

Recently our solution manager server is taking so much time to get started.

Especially in JAVA stack the process server0 is not yet completely started since 6 hours.

It is in state 'Starting Application'

NOTE : We have two servers running in this host with memory of 14 GB

Please find below the dev_server0 log,

<time totalms="297342.450" />

</gc>

<nursery freebytes="536898152" totalbytes="723886080" percent="74" />

<tenured freebytes="1086200200" totalbytes="1098907648" percent="98" >

<soa freebytes="1031255432" totalbytes="1043962880" percent="98" />

<loa freebytes="54944768" totalbytes="54944768" percent="100" />

</tenured>

<time totalms="303712.863" />

</af>

Kindly advice

Regards,

Hasan

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 10:43 AM

    Hi

    What os are you using?

    Santosh

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  • Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 12:53 AM

    Hello,

    The application server java doesn't start within the default timeout threshold it stops trying.

    Otherwise in the Dev_server0 log you should see a statement like 'Java VM created OK.'

    Your dev-server0 log excerpt seems to be missing the beginning, or the start attempt

    It should start 'trc file: "dev_server0", trc level: 1, release: "720"' or something like that...so what part of the file your except is from is hard to place. It certainly doesn't have any useful information. Can you provide more, especially the start

    Typically Solution Manager requires a minimum of 8Gb or RAM. Is there enough RAM allocated for the JVM?

    64bit platforms should require 2048.

    When you say the host has 14GB RAM and you have two servers, do you mean two Solution Manager systems, each requiring 8GB RAM? If so you will not have sufficient RAM.

    Regards,

    Paul

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