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Add this parameter in your setDomainEnv.sh: -XX:+DisableExplicitGC Restart your servers. This will avoid any explicit GCs that may be called by the application and allow the JVM to decide internally and trigger the Full GC where it is really needed.


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If you're having trouble setting the correct hostname for java.rmi.server.hostname try the following: -Djava.rmi.server.hostname=$(/usr/bin/curl -s --connect-timeout 2 instance-data.ec2.internal/latest/meta-data/public-hostname) This is convenient to use in an Elastic Beanstalk environment where instances will come and go.


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If a project, Jenkins here, does not recommend any specific JRE version I would go with one of the current stable version recommended by Oracle. But as I think that Java 8 is generally not ready for production at the moment of writing these words and as there have been some Java 8-specific bugs in Jenkins I would use JRE 7. For 64-bit Windows Oracle has ...


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You have GC logging turned on, and it appears GC is working well. [ParNew: 1398632K->345K(1747648K), 0.0062240 secs] Indicates that about 1.2 GB of new objects were cleaned in less than 1/100th of a second. If this is occurring once every second, an application is creating a lot of short lived objects. Check the time stamps and see how often this ...


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This is certainly possible, but you'll use three different Tomcat containers. Each product can be run standalone. IIRC, something like this /.../crowd/bin/start_crowd.sh /.../jira/bin/start-jira.sh /.../confluence/bin/start-confluence.sh And you'll want, say, Apache httpd operating as a reverse-proxy. So /crowd points to your crowd port, /jira points to ...



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