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Java is running in your virtual memory probably because you have something loaded in your physical memory that is blocking it's allocation of resources. DB's are usually memory pigs and may be reserving the space you want to use for Java.
You have Java set to take 2 TB of your RAM, which you do not have or is that a typo.
If you are trying to say you have a memory leak, then you'll have to check your program and see what's going on and EAServer bug pages to see if you are encountering a known problem.
In any case--what you have posted, does not make any sense and anyone wishing to help you will be guessing until you can narrow your question down to something other than what essentially is this:
"What have I got in my pocket?"
Malik Adeel Imtiaz wrote:Exactly which VM are you using. Version AND vendor.
i set my Java.exe to 3 GB by puting LARGEADDRESSAWARE switch
VM version = ESX v Sphere
Vendor = VMware.
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