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Apollo 2020 JVM memory configuration

by Technical Evangelist ‎02-11-2020 08:03 AM - edited ‎08-06-2020 10:26 AM (222 Views)

here are two places you can configure memory for your Apollo 2020 server.

 

[1]TOMCAT JVM memory

Double click C:\Program Files\Hexagon\ERDAS APOLLO\tomcat\bin\APOLLOTOMCATw.exe, from following server property dialog, go to Java tab, and change “Maximum memory pool”. By default the Maximum memory pool is 4GB.

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[2] Raster Data Server (RDS) JVM memory
RDS is an external process that is spawned by the ERDAS APOLLO ProcessManager service. The ProcessManager service is responsible for managing a pool of 64 bit RDS processes. It can spawn a new instance of RDS or utilize one from the pool of existing RDS processes in order to fulfill an imagery request

 

NOTE: Tomcat JVM memory and RDS JVM memory is not connected at all ( just like JBOSS JVM memory and RDS JVM memory in APOLLO 2015). So Tomcat JVM max memory limit will not be a limit for RDS processes... RDS processes directly consume available physical memory ..

 

By default, APOLLO server starts 3 java processes – one for the main server (which is now tomcat8.exe) then two child java.exe processes. The child processes are the RDS processes. The RDS processes are what does a lot of the imagery decoding/rendering, If the APOLLO server has started up correctly, you should see something like this in process explorer:

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User can change the RDS JVM memory (e.g., Xmx memory for 64-bit RDS java tune up parameters) from Apollo data manager, also change how many RDS processes (Maximum Decoder processes)

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In some Apollo installation, the JVM paramater Value fields are empty. User has to modify catalog database directly.

Catalog table catalog_sys_params:

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