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Free memory is running low [message #1803650] Wed, 06 March 2019 08:53 Go to next message
le tian is currently offline le tianFriend
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When I saved the project, a low memory warning appeared, and then my outline window could not display the function and structure type I defined. How can I solve this problem?
Re: Free memory is running low [message #1803653 is a reply to message #1803650] Wed, 06 March 2019 09:26 Go to previous message
Jeno Attila Balasko is currently offline Jeno Attila BalaskoFriend
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Follow the install guide of the Eclipse Titan ( see ), especially chapter 5.2:

5.2. Configuring Java
You might need to modify your eclipse.ini file (usually located in the same directory as your eclipse executable.)
It is suggested to have at least 1GB and recommended 2 GB free memory per 1 million TTCN-3/ASN.1 source code lines (but it strongly depends on the code complexity). In Java it is controlled via the Xmx option.

For example, if Java 1.6 or 1.7 is applied and a project of 2 million TTCN-3 code lines is edited, the suggested settings in eclipse.ini are these:

If Java 1.8 is used then MaxPermSize is ignored, its support is removed. Use these settings instead:

NOTE: If you cannot edit the eclipse.ini file, you can start eclipse with flags. For example
eclipse  -vmargs  -Xmx4g  

modifies the maximum memory allocation for the virtual machine.

Hopefully this helps.
Best regards
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