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Swapan Golla
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Which is the best way of determining an apt heap size when starting up the server ? Do we set the initial size and max size to be equal or the initial size to be zero and max size to be some max size or else initial heap size to be some value between zero and max size(Also, how do determine the apt value here) ?
Jim Baiter
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Take a look at this link:
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Swapan Golla
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I have already looked into the weblogic docs but just wanted to know the experiences of anybody who had this kind of optimizing situation and could share their insights. Thanks for responding.
With Regards,
Swapan.
 
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