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Home : Support : Frequently Asked Questions : MapleNet : Increase memory available to browser's Java plug-in for Maple T.A. and MapleNet
 
Increase memory available to browser's Java plug-in for Maple T.A. and MapleNet
The amount of memory available to the Java plug-in can be configured using the Java Control Panel. The following instructions are platform dependent.

LINUX / UNIX

Determine which version of the plug-in the browser is using.

Run the script /jre/bin/ControlPanel.

Select the Advanced tab.

In the box labeled "Java Runtime Parameters", add

-Xmx

Close the control panel, and restart the browser if running.

MACINTOSH

Determine which version of the plug-in the browser is using.

In Finder run the "Applications/Utilities/Java/Java Plugin Settings" command.

In the box labeled "Java Runtime Parameters", add

-Xmx

Click Apply.

Close the control panel, and restart the browser if running.

WINDOWS

From the Windows Control Panel, run "Java Plug-in".

Select the Advanced tab.

In the box labeled "Java Runtime Parameters", add

-Xmx

Close the control panel, and restart the browser if running.

In the preceding instructions, should be replaced with the desired memory limit. For example, for a 200 megabyte limit, instead of

-Xmx

use

-Xmx200M

The default memory limit on most systems is approximately 100 megabytes. On some systems, the Java plug-in will not run if the memory limit is set higher than 400 megabytes.

 
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