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accepted Sendmail - use custom port for specific domains
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comment How can I verify the heap size startup arguments for an active JVM that's running as a Windows service and loading JVM params from registry?
I updated the question to hopefully make my question more clear. Thanks again for the prompt response.
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revised How can I verify the heap size startup arguments for an active JVM that's running as a Windows service and loading JVM params from registry?
Trying to rephrase the question to make it more clear.
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comment How can I verify the heap size startup arguments for an active JVM that's running as a Windows service and loading JVM params from registry?
Thanks. I know for a fact that it's being read from the registry and have found the section in the registry where that's at. I'm wondering how I can confirm from an OS standpoint that the program is actually honoring/using the values in the registry. I'll try to rephrase my question to be more clear. Thanks for the prompt response.
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comment How can I verify the heap size startup arguments for an active JVM that's running as a Windows service and loading JVM params from registry?
Thank you for the excellent suggestion however it doesn't appear to be passed in the command line as it reads "C:\Program Files (x86)\Foo Vender\Foo.exe" in the command line column. :-(
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asked How can I verify the heap size startup arguments for an active JVM that's running as a Windows service and loading JVM params from registry?
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accepted Intermittent full system hang on VM server running CentOS 5.10
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answered Intermittent full system hang on VM server running CentOS 5.10
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comment How can I explicitly disable TLS when sending to one specific recipient?
@AndrzejA.Filip That sounds like something that would work. I'm confused on what you mean by "more foolproof and less improvised". This is indeed a production system so if that change would be prone to instability issues, I'd shy away from it.
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comment How can I explicitly disable TLS when sending to one specific recipient?
@AndrzejA.Filip yes but to be clear, I don't want to disable startls for other recipients (even though I'm smart hosting everything to the same downstream host).
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comment How can I explicitly disable TLS when sending to one specific recipient?
Hmmm... I don't think so. I'm trying to verify if a bug exists with a product and in order to do that, I need to prove what the message body looked in in transit as it left Sendmail. Hence why I'm trying to selectively turn off tls but just for this specific message.
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asked How can I explicitly disable TLS when sending to one specific recipient?