Configure OneClick Client Memory Settings

The default initial memory footprint for OneClick clients is 96 MB, with a maximum of 1024 MB. The initial memory setting lets the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) preallocate memory for potentially faster startup. The maximum setting lets the JVM memory grow into a limited space, to accommodate application use that requires additional memory. For example, large views, searches, and other actions can require more memory.
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The default initial memory footprint for OneClick clients is 96 MB, with a maximum of 1024 MB. The initial memory setting lets the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) preallocate memory for potentially faster startup. The maximum setting lets the JVM memory grow into a limited space, to accommodate application use that requires additional memory. For example, large views, searches, and other actions can require more memory.
If clients experience out-of-memory errors, you can increase the maximum memory setting.
If you change the client memory settings, keep in mind that the settings apply to all OneClick clients. Therefore, take into account any client computers that lack sufficient resources. Use a modest adjustment, such as a 25% increase in the maximum memory allocation, to 640 MB. The steps in this procedure are an
optional
method for addressing out-of-memory issues.
Setting either one of these memory values too high can cause the OneClick clients to fail to launch.
To configure OneClick client memory settings:
  1. Click Administration in the OneClick home page.
  2. The Administration Pages open.
  3. Click OneClick Client Configuration in the left panel.
    The OneClick Client Configuration page opens.
  4. Complete the fields in the Java Memory Usage section.
  5. Click Save.
To change the Web Server memory:
  1. Click on the Administration tab on the OneClick home page.
  2. Click on the web server memory in the left panel
  3. Enter the memory (MB) the server can use.
  4. Select the Save and Reconfigure button to save the memory setting.
: Increasing the Web Server Memory depends on the CA Spectrum OneClick Server physical memory(RAM) availability.