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We have weblogic setup on a windows server that has 2 gb memory.there is only admin server in this domain and it is allocated 1 Gb memory.this admin server is running as windows service.We have deployed an app on this and after running for sometime the windows service stopped on its own.Can't think of any reason but looks like jvm crashed as jrockit generated a dump file.Any reasons shy this might have happened? is allocating 1Gb a bit high for 1 server.

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1gb is not too high for a server.

the dump file will give you clues.

Also, the log files for the weblogic server domain will also give you some clues.
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