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As more java apps where being moved whe started out by duplicating the memory settings for the old app, e.g. -Xmx 1024mb on the command line for the JVM. And then setting the memory limit for the container to 2-300 MB more than that. This works fine. Sometimes. For a while. Than the Xmx setting of the JVM in the container? That’s a little strange isn’t it? What is actually going on here? If you ask linux what memory the process is using, it will answer in (usually) RSS (Resident Set Size), which for java...

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As more java apps where being moved whe started out by duplicating the memory settings for the old app, e.g. -Xmx 1024mb on the command line for the JVM. And then setting the memory limit for the container to 2-300 MB more than that. This works fine. Sometimes. For a while. Than the Xmx setting of the JVM in the container? That’s a little strange isn’t it? What is actually going on here? If you ask linux what memory the process is using, it will answer in (usually) RSS (Resident Set Size), which for java...
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As more java apps where being moved whe started out by duplicating the memory settings for the old app, e.g. -Xmx 1024mb on the command line for the JVM. And then setting the memory limit for the container to 2-300 MB more than that. This works fine. Sometimes. For a while. Than the Xmx setting of the JVM in the container? Thats a little strange isnt it? What is actually going on here? If you ask linux what memory the process is using, it will answer in usually RSS Resident Set Size, which for java.
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As more java apps where being moved whe started out by duplicating the memory settings for the old app, e.g. -Xmx 1024mb on the command line for the JVM. And then setting the memory limit for the container to 2-300 MB more than that. This works fine. Sometimes. For a while. Than the Xmx setting of the JVM in the container? That’s a little strange isn’t it? What is actually going on here? If you ask linux what memory the process is using, it will answer in (usually) RSS (Resident Set Size), which for java...

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