How much Memory gets allocated to JBOSS for Session Recording?
Article ID: 190583
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PAM was upgraded from 3.2.x to 3.3.x If I have 16GB RAM, how much memory gets allocated to JBOSS for session recording?
Release : 3.3
Component : PRIVILEGED ACCESS MANAGEMENT
JBOSS JVM setting is stored in /opt/jboss/bin/jboss.conf But this will get updated each time jboss is run.
/etc/gkstart/init/rc.jboss script will execute /sbin/getServiceMemory.sh to determine the total RAM installed on the PAM System and determine how much RAM should be allocated to JBOSS depending on the predefined weight.
This would be (16384 MB x 2 / 16) = 2048MB If you had 64GB installed on the PAM system then (65536 MB x 2 / 16) = 8192MB
So, if it really becomes necessary to increase the JBOSS memory, we can increase the weight of jboss to a higher value to achieve it. This would be (16384 MB x 3 / 16) = 3072MB This would mean the reserved RAM for other operations will be reduced.
Best way is to not modify anything and increase the RAM allocation to PAM system.