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Difference between wrapper.java.initmemory= and Xms

 
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Hi folks,
I am using a 8GB 64-bit windows machine which is running the Pramati application server.
Now when I say wrapper.java.initmemory=1024 and wrapper.java.maxmemory=4096 the server starts and immediately stops , but when I use Xms=1024 and Xmx=4096 the server starts fine. My question is why is this different behaviour when all I am doin is setting initial and max heap memory??
Note :- The server actually is configured as a windows service so I have to start it from administrative tools\services (although I am not sure this could have anything to do with the problem I am facing but just mentioning it)
[ November 16, 2008: Message edited by: abhishek pendkay ]
 
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This sounds like an App server specific Q to me, moving...
 
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