From: West Yellowstone, Montana
Can you tell me what you store in the file trackerdb.data? I thought that it might be connected to alerts, but when I trimmed my alerts
to only the last 10 days, the file size did not change.
I think the important thing is that there is no need to increase -Xmx to 1024m, it does not seem to be needed. To me an -Xmx of 768m seems to be optimal
and is large enough to load the map. I do think that the Windows memory manager has problems, and it might be more advantages to use an -Xms of 768m
to allot all of the necessary memory up front. I think that tracker needs to have contiguous memory and when some other process asks for some memory
while tracker is working Windows fragments the memory. And I think that is why people are getting the error for not enough memory resources. I have
32GB of memory on my computer so I am never short of actual memory, but on occasion I get that error. But mostly if I close everything and reboot the
problem goes away. On rare occasions I have to do the power down, pull power plug, hold power button down for 10 seconds and the restart all to get
the error to clear. I just do not think it is a tracker problem, but a Windows or possibly a Java problem.
Of further note, the error only happens when you try and load a new turn. So there is some problem obtaining the 170Mb or so that is needed to load
a new turn. Anyway, I have provided some information and I hope others can use it to solve their problems.
< Message edited by Nomad -- 10/15/2020 2:24:26 AM >