All the updates passed by you are added. And I removed the lines about myself from the home page. I think (as of now)that make sense.
I would like to start a new page with PIC of all of us. Please send me your PIC and a brief intro lines (up to 10 lines). I think, it is high time we see each other looks!!!I am sure this will increase our rapport.
Send me to email@example.com (if possible mention "Intro for our site" in the subject line (but not a must!! i have a lot of free time...some time i read even the Spam, lol)
I attended a HP SM7 Webinar which gave customers information about how HP will protect their investment in Service Desk/Service Center going forward. The slides dont seem to have "confidential" anywhere so you should be able to post these.
Hi Migg, It's a Java limitation, on windows, you cannot go past 1.2G, (actually u may get to 1.3G) but once you past the limitation, it will prevent the server from starting as you have found out. You may get higher value on Unix platforms but for windows, you will need to use windows x64bits OS which I believe allow Java limit of higher than 1.2G but I don't think SD 4.5 is supported on x64bits.
Instructions of how to install a 2nd instance are outlined below:-
- Make a copy of the \server\server_settings.xml file of the installed server and place it in a different folder. - Run the server settings editor, this will open the original server_settings.xml for editing. - Use the editor to create a configuration profile for the new instance that you want to run. At this point we edit the logfile.txt name to identify this logfile as the 2nd service instance. Click OK to save the modifications. - Navigate to the server folder and rename the server_settings.xml file to identify it, in this case we called ours server2_settings.xml - Copy the unedited server_settings.xml back to its original location. - Now make a copy of the server\bin\installservice.bat of the installed server and place it in a different folder. - Edit the file installservice.bat and change the service name to the name you want to give the server instance. - Add â /SETTINGS=â at the end of the â start argument. Save the file, and give the file a new name, in this case installservice2.bat - Install the service using installservice2.bat - recopy the original installservice.bat back into the server\bin directory