I am bumping up against an error from Arbortext 5.4 M100 "[A12177] Out of virtual memory space", recommending I increase my paging file size, and abruptly closing when I try to open a particularly large document (this is a document made of chapter file entities, which are themselves a chapter tag and several file entities). The doc is about 10Mb (flattened), and my PC has 4Gb RAM
If I reduce the number of chapter file entities by half in the main document, and then add them back in manually, this works, but then throws the same error when trying to compose.
I have my windows 7 paging file settings at initially 4Gb, max of 8GB. I have an APTJAVAVMARGS=1024Mb and set javavmmemory=1024.
I am running out of ideas of how to even troubleshoot this, and I really need to try and compose the whole document for hyperlink preservations.
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I haven't used APTJAVAVMARGS so I'm not 100% sure if it matters, but have you looked at set javavmargs? The memory allocation syntax looks different. I'm not using javavmargs right now but at one point PTC suggested using it from ../init with this format and these values: