The default JVM configuration will most likely not be appropriate for running Isis as a webapp. Some args that you will
|‑server||Run the JVM in server mode, meaning that the JVM should spend more time on the optimization of the fragments of codes that are most often used (hotspots). This leads to better performance at the price of a higher overhead at startup|
|‑Xms128m||Minimum heap size|
|‑Xmx768m||Maximum heap size|
|‑XX:PermSize=64m||Minimum perm size (for class definitions)|
|‑XX:MaxPermSize=256m||Maximum perm size (for class definitions)|
|‑XX:+DisableExplicitGC||Causes any explicit calls to System.gc() to be ignored. See this stackoverflow question.|
If using Tomcat, update the
This variable is also updated if configuring logging to run externally.
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