Is it common for there to be more than one instance of
jrun.exe running in a non-clustered installation of CF7? There have
been episodes where jrun.exe seems to get taxed on moderately size
queries. After looking at Task Manager on Win2K3 server - there are
sometimes 3 or 4 instances of jrun.exe running. The first instance
is usually very high (ex. 450 MB) while the other instance(s) hover
around the 10-15 MB mark and remain constant. Does this sound like
an issue that can be controlled by CFAdmin or are there issues with
Win2K3 Server (VMWare instance)
CF7.01 (yes we know it needs a patch)
512 MB RAM
> Is it common for there to be more than one instance of
jrun.exe running in a
> non-clustered installation of CF7?
A multi-server install (not a clustered) of CF could well
have one instance
of JRUN.EXE running for each CF instance. There's usually at
least two: one
for the initial CF instance, and one for the JMC. You can
switch the JMC
one off (starting it on the off-chance you need it, which is
> The first instance is usually very high (ex. 450 MB)
while the other
That's not especially high for a CF app server. We generally
max 1.3GB (on Windows) to the JVM that each CF instance is
> 512 MB RAM
OK, that's not even enough RAM for a PC workstation these
days, let alone a
server! W2k3 itself needs around a minimum of 400MB to run.
install of CF will want another 512MB.
I would not run a desktop PC on less than 2GB RAM these days.
that 4GB for a server. A low-spec'ed one.