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Maximum memory per process.
Synopsis
[config]    bbsiz=n
Description
The value n is the maximum memory allocation permitted for a process (in kilobytes). This amount of process private memory is used for symbol table allocation and various other memory requirements, including I/O devices. It is allocated in increasing extents as required by the application until the maximum is reached. When a process starts, its initial allocation is 128 kilobytes.
Once this memory is allocated to the process, it is generally not deallocated until the process exits. However, when a large amount of memory is used (for example greater than 32MB) and then freed, InterSystems IRIS attempts to release deallocated memory back to the operating system where possible.
Examples
bbsiz=16384
Range of Values
128–2,147,483,647 kilobytes. The default is 262,144 kilobytes.
Management Portal
On the page System Administration > Configuration > System Configuration > Memory and Startup, enter a number of kilobytes in the Maximum per Process Memory (KB) row, select Edit.


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