augeydoggy wrote:Thx. Prior to switching to UMS, I totally uninstalled PMS. But I notice that the UMS wrapper.conf (I have UMS installed as a service) already sets the heap as wrapper.java.maxmemory=768, so that may indeed be the solution for other PMS users with this problem, since UMS seems to be working well for me.
yeah it is, just increase that i use 1728 which for some reason shows 1536 in the log when run which was recommended in the faq for 4+gb systems. its set lower by default because usually it works fine and alot of ppl complain it uses too much memory but if u have 4-8gb its no biggy, i run pms on a proliant n40l microserver with 8gb ram as a service (with 64 bit wrapper) so using 1.5gb is nothing its basically the only thing i run on my server.
PMS 1.90.2 SNAPSHOT - HP Proliant Microserver N54L 2.2Ghz - Windows Home Server 2011 (64bit) 8GB - Bravia KDL55HX750