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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-12-27T14:37:14Z by WiseMind
WiseMind
WiseMind
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Pinned topic heap size in cluster environment

‏2012-12-25T07:55:49Z |
Hi,

We have 3 nodes(application servers) under deployment manager in a cluster environment. Do we need to set heap size for each node(application server)? Or is there any setting where we can set heap size for deployment manager and it is dmgr responsibility to assign heap to all its nodes(app servers)?

Please guide.

thanks
Updated on 2012-12-27T14:37:14Z at 2012-12-27T14:37:14Z by WiseMind
  • gas
    gas
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    Re: heap size in cluster environment

    ‏2012-12-27T11:25:36Z  
    Hi,

    You mananage all your servers in the cell via admin console of the deployment manager.
    However to set heap sizes for cluster members you have to modify its own parameters.
    Go to Servers > WebSphere App Servers > yourMemberXName > Java and Process management > Process Definition > Java virtual machine.

    There you can set heap sizes. Repeat for all 3 members of the cluster, then save and synchronize changes.
    Deployment manager will propagate changes to the nodes.
    Restart cluster members to make this setting active.

    Gas
  • WiseMind
    WiseMind
    22 Posts

    Re: heap size in cluster environment

    ‏2012-12-27T14:37:14Z  
    • gas
    • ‏2012-12-27T11:25:36Z
    Hi,

    You mananage all your servers in the cell via admin console of the deployment manager.
    However to set heap sizes for cluster members you have to modify its own parameters.
    Go to Servers > WebSphere App Servers > yourMemberXName > Java and Process management > Process Definition > Java virtual machine.

    There you can set heap sizes. Repeat for all 3 members of the cluster, then save and synchronize changes.
    Deployment manager will propagate changes to the nodes.
    Restart cluster members to make this setting active.

    Gas
    Thanks Gas.