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JRun Mem Usage

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Running CFMX 6.1 on Wink2K Server - IIS5 - 1.5Gb RAM

Is it normal for jrun.exe to be using 200-500Mb of memory?

This seems a little excessive to me...
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I looked at 4 of my windows servers running CFMX 6.1 and IIS. They're using between 100-600mb of memory. In my case the range is a result (I think) of my JVM settings. The server using 600mb is running multiple instances of CFMX and has a much higher initial heap size.

You say it's using 200-500mb, is this when the server is idle or is this when there is load on the server? I would say that 200mb at idle is probably normal and memory usage will obviously increase as the load on the server does.
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