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current native momory utilization for a perticular weblogic domainYou will have to define that term, because it doesn't have any meaning to me. You could find out the memory utilization for a specific JVM, if that's what you mean, but is it?
920767 wrote:Surprisingly enough to me that will not work. The maximum on solaris is 2G presuming you are running on a 32 OS.
Basically we want to increase our current JVM heap size from 2 GB to 3.5GB because of 32 bit JDK restriction we are not having confident to increase at the memont
We want to know how to find out current native momory utilization for a perticular weblogic domainMemory is per process. Weblogic, the server, is one process (one VM.) Thus you can't increase the application memory for only part of it. I doubt weblogic has a way to limit it by app.