The parameters for the Tomcat hosting system that supports MySQL Enterprise Service Manager and MySQL Enterprise Dashboard can have an affect on the performance of the system.
The default settings for Java for Tomcat are as follows:
|Initial heap size||-Xms||768MB|
|Maximum heap size||-Xmx||768MB|
|Java stack size||-Xss||128MB|
You can change these parameters to higher values, by editing the
JAVA_OPTS setting within the corresponding
On Unix/Linux and Mac OS X
Edit the values within
apache-tomcat/bin/setenv.sh file within
your MySQL Enterprise Service Manager directory. Avoid setting maximum figures
higher than the physical memory of your system as this may
reduce, rather than increase the performance.
If you change these parameters, shut down and restart MySQL Enterprise Service Manager for the changes to take effect.
JAVA_OPTS settings within the
To enable the changes, re-install your service. Shut down your MySQL Enterprise Service Manager service and then reinstall the service by running:
shell> mysqlmonitorctl.bat uninstall shell> mysqlmonitorctl.bat install
On all platforms, upgrading the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager service using the
above methods should preserve any changes to
If you are running the MySQL repository and the Tomcat service on the same machine, take the memory allocated to MySQL into consideration when setting these values.