[oXygen-user] Faster Oxygen Editor on Linux?
adrian at sync.ro
Thu Dec 22 08:00:32 CST 2011
There is a topic on our forum that discusses ways to reduce the memory
footprint without affecting the Oxygen performance:
You could try the same settings described there:
These arguments make the JVM more dynamic with regard to freeing unused
heap back to the OS.
If you are launching Oxygen with the 'oxygen' script or the Desktop
shortcuts, add these arguments to the 'oxygen.vmoptions' file from the
Oxygen installation directory.
If you are using the 'oxygen.sh' startup script, you should add these
arguments to the command at the end of the script.
As George explained, reducing the amount of memory available to Oxygen
may actually decrease performance. I can only recommend this if you are
only editing small files in Oxygen. If you want to do this anyway, you
can adjust the -Xmx argument to a lower value(e.g. -Xmx512m) in the
files described above: 'oxygen.vmoptions'/'oxygen.sh'.
Let us know if you need additional assistance.
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George Cristian Bina wrote:
> Dear Sascha,
> You can control the maximum memory through the -Xmx parameter. How to
> set this parameter depends on the operating system and on how you start
> oXygen. These options are described in the user guide
> Now, it is the processor that makes a program faster - of course the
> memory can also slightly change that as well - for example if the used
> memory is very close to the maximum memory then you may experience slow
> downs due to many invocations on the garbage collector, in this case
> increasing the maximum memory may speed up the application. You can
> check how much memory is used in the Help -> About dialog.
> Best Regards,
> George Cristian Bina
> <oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger
> On 12/21/11 6:25 PM, Sascha Manns wrote:
>> Hello Mates,
>> i'm very happy to use Oxygen XML Editor. But i have a little Problem.
>> The JAVA Process eats many Memory. Is it possible to use an Parameter with
>> "java -jar XXX" to make this a little bit faster?
>> Have a nice day
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