On both the Linux and Windows platforms, GeoEvent Server is run from within a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) instance. The out-of-the-box default configuration allocates only 4GB of your server's available RAM to this JVM. All GeoEvent Server operations requiring RAM draw from this allocation.
Some reasons you might want to increase the amount of RAM allocated to the GeoEvent Server's JVM include:
System administrators who have determined that their server machine has sufficient available RAM, and who have also determined that their GeoEvent Server deployment has a need to allocate more RAM to the JVM instance running GeoEvent Server, can follow the steps outlined below to increase the memory available to GeoEvent Server by allocating more RAM to the hosting JVM.
Using system administrative tools you should be able to verify that the JVM instance (java.exe process) never consumes more memory than what is allocated by the ArcGISGeoEvent.cfg configuration file, and that more than the default 4GB is now available for GeoEvent Server operations.
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