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"Available virtual memory below 30 Percent. tomcat (1027 MB) uses most of the memory. The alert is generated on Mon Apr 02 14:58:36 PDT 2012 on node cucmpub."

I received this message from my Cisco UCM publisher.  I am on vacation and hoping to not having to schedule a full downtime for publisher reboot to resolve this.  Should I be able to just restart Tomcat?  What would the impact be?  Thank you.
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Restarting tomcat will affect web access to the server and extension mobility services at that time. Users already logged in via extension mobility will not be affected - just new users trying to login or logout of extension mobility at that time.
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I was just looking for that link to supply it too :) good post!
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Both really helpful.  Thank you.  I restarted Tomcat with no ill effect.  And interruption to vacation was negligible.  I owe you each a beer.  :-)
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