|please help increase java heap size [message #1159487]
||Mon, 28 October 2013 11:17
| Gibran Shah
Registered: September 2013
I dealing with a rather large report that is testing the limits of the Java heap size. It's crashing a lot because it keep running out of memory. I've been told that I can increase the heap size. When I googled this, I came up with this:
java -xms__m _xmx__m
where __ means the size of the memory.
This is something I could do on a command line when running a java program, but my question is: how can I do this in Eclipse? I've looked for a setting somewhere where I can plug these parameters in--I've looked in preferences, properties, and elsewhere--but I can't find a place to do it.
Can someone please help me find out where this is done?
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