meskibob wrote:The 64-bit JVM garbage collection issue is known (and has been for awhile) - viewtopic.php?f=6&t=4763&start=0&hilit=garbage#p21402
I've commented on your Google issue with a link to that thread.
If you have enough RAM it's not really an issue since it's not a leak, but if you need to free up RAM then just kill javaw.exe until the gc calls get (hopefully) updated.
lartomar2002 wrote:noob question here ,what do you mean by"point it to the directory of the jre"?
HolyLiaison wrote:Here's how to get PMS to run as a 64bit process on Windows 7:
1) Right click Computer and go to Properties then select "Advanced system settings" in the left pane of that window.
2) It should open up on the Advanced tab, which is perfect that's what we want!
3) Down at the bottom you'll see a button that says "Environmental Variables..." click it.
4) Down at the bottom of this window should be "System variables" you'll want to add a new variable, so hit "New..."
5) Set the variable name as "JAVA_HOME" with out the quotes.
6) Set the variable value to your 64bit JRE install. The default install directory is C:\Program Files\Java\jre6
Reload PMS. It should now be running in 64bit. This should be a similar process for Windows XP/Vista etc.
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