Setting JVM arguments in WebSphere application server


 JVM arguments are used for configuring how the JVM executed. Any changes to JVM arguments needs restart of that JVM

WebSphere Application Server 7.x/8.x

  1. In the Administration Console select Servers
  2. Expand Server Type and select WebSphere application servers
  3. Click on the name of your server
  4. Expand Java and Process Management and select Process Definition > Java Virtual Machine
  5. Scroll down and locate the textbox for Generic JVM arguments.

WebSphere Application Server 6.1

  1. In the Administration Console select Servers
  2. Select Application Servers
  3. Click on the name of your server
  4. In the Additional Properties section, expand Java and Process Management and select Process Definition > Java Virtual Machine
  5. Scroll down and locate the textbox for Generic JVM arguments.

WebSphere Application Server 6.0

  1. In the Administration Console select Servers
  2. Select Application Servers
  3. Click on the name of your server
  4. Under Server Infrastructure, expand Java and Process Management, and click Process Definition.
  5. Under the Additional Properties section, click Java Virtual Machine
  6. Scroll down and locate the textbox for Generic JVM arguments.
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One thought on “Setting JVM arguments in WebSphere application server

  1. vinay says:

    Thanks for giving a valuable information Mr.JosephAmrithRaj.

    IF you dont mine will you please provide the concept :

    How WebServer Knows that a request is Static? and How & where it will takes a static Content of the Deployed application ?

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