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Salman Yasser
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I got an out of memory error when trying to compile a java file on ZOS system:



# javac test.java
**Out of memory, aborting**

*** panic: JVMCL052: Cannot allocate memory in initializeHeap for heap segment
JVMDG217: Dump Handler is Processing a Signal - Please Wait.
JVMHP002: JVM requesting System Transaction Dump
JVMHP012: System Transaction Dump written to BPXROOT.SYSTDUMP.D040621.T015450
JVMDG305: Java core not written, unable to allocate memory for print buffer.
JVMDG215: Dump Handler has Processed Error Signal 3.
CEE5207E The signal SIGABRT was received.
�1� + Done(131) javac test.java
83886876 Abort /usr/lpp/java/J1.4/bin/javac
 
Paul Sturrock
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ZOS? Thats a new one. The slightly obvious answer is check the memory on your machine - are there too many processes running? Have you too little memory to compile your app? Consult you compiler docs to see minimum resource requirements and make sure you've more than enough memory.
 
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