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JBOSS DROOLS - java heap space

 
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Hi,
I have serious problem with compilation rules. I have my rules in XLS, it's a big file (about 5000 rules), during making Package i get "Java heap space" (Eclipse IDE). When I've divided to 3 smaller XLS files and added each to separate Package and then to RuleBase everything is fine. My question is there any posibility to avoid split XLS to smaller? Does PackageBuilder has some restrictions about size of drl with it get?

Drools 4.0.7

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Kamil
 
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try increasing java heap size. That's the only option.

I am also facing heap size problem with drool - not with loading rule file, but with executing/firing it.
 
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