|Re: What does XX:MaxPermSize=690M mean in Eclipse.ini ? [message #647052 is a reply to message #647046]
||Tue, 04 January 2011 06:06
| Deepak Azad
Registered: July 2009
On 1/4/2011 4:02 PM, Ben wrote:|
> So ok, what is the difference between specifying
> in eclipse.ini?
Are you sure that you read through
It very clearly states
"With the above arguments, if the VM being used is a Sun VM and there is
not already a -XX:MaxPermSize= VM argument, then the launcher will
automatically add -XX:MaxPermSize=256m to the list of VM arguments being
used. The 3.3 launcher is only capable of identifying Sun VMs on Windows.
The option --launcher.XXMaxPermSize is something that the launcher reads
(not the JVM); it tells the launcher to automatically size the JVM's
perm gen if it (the launcher) detects a Sun JVM that supports that
option. This alleviates the need to put it under -vmargs (where non-Sun
JVM's could fail because they don't understand that option)."
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