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Sun JDK 1.5.0.6 with Jconsole Total physical memory: 2.097.151 kbytes Free physical memory: 2.097.151 kbytes are the same?

Posted on 2006-11-16
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We are using a Windows 2003 Enterprise server with 8 GB internal memory and 8 GB pagefile.

When we run Jconsole we see the same amounts for Total physical memory: 2.097.151 kbytes Free physical memory: 2.097.151 kbytes? Why is this and how can we use more memory than 2 GB?
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you need to start the application with this option

-Xmx4000m


if you want the application to consume 4G of memory

by default, jvm allocates 1/4 of available memory
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