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    Default Jobs in job: fill up memory. When run with kitchen sequentially: no problem

    I have two jobs, that if run separately, use about 900 MB of Java Heap Space, which is fine.
    When I run them sequentially in a 'run all'-job the memory fills to the max, even if that is 8 GB.
    I tried different logging levels, different Java version (6 vs 7) etc., but no luck.

    It's not a general 'job loop within job' problem, because I use that in both jobs extensively and they run flawlessly when run separately.

    PDI version: 5.0.1 CE
    OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64 bit
    Java version: tried both 6.27 and 7.0.3

    I work around it now by having a script with two sequential kitchen commands, but maybe someone overhere had a similar issue and was successful where I failed

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    Default Job in Job Java Heap Space

    Hi Edwin,

    same problem here, die you ever find a solution instead of your workaround.
    Rather long sequences of Jobs consume to much memory (Java Heap space error).
    Spliting the jobs into a number of jobs which are run separately (no Java Heap space error).
    No lopping in it, but a number of parametrized Jobs.

    Any ideas?

    Kind regards
    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdwinW View Post
    I have two jobs, that if run separately, use about 900 MB of Java Heap Space, which is fine.
    When I run them sequentially in a 'run all'-job the memory fills to the max, even if that is 8 GB.
    I tried different logging levels, different Java version (6 vs 7) etc., but no luck.

    It's not a general 'job loop within job' problem, because I use that in both jobs extensively and they run flawlessly when run separately.

    PDI version: 5.0.1 CE
    OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64 bit
    Java version: tried both 6.27 and 7.0.3

    I work around it now by having a script with two sequential kitchen commands, but maybe someone overhere had a similar issue and was successful where I failed

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