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hey~!
I meet a problem , when I browse the topic content the JForum throw out this error :

An error has occurred.

For detailed error information, please see the HTML source code, and contact the forum Administrator.

Java heap space

but it was ok yesterday . today I changed the cache of the tomcat to 500M , it still display this error .
I had changed the smile pictures and deleted the original pictures like " :lol: " and added some new pictures , so I thought the reason maybe is that the older topics contain the original smile pictures but now they are not available .
I moved the forum to other servers and tomcat but it didn't mend
anyone met this problem? help~~~hurry ~! hurry~!
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Which JForum version?

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Squall_Liu wrote:Java heap space

but it was ok yesterday . today I changed the cache of the tomcat to 500M , it still display this error .


You changed the cache size or the memory allocated for tomcat to use? To bump the Tomcat size, you will need to change the startup script ... the memory parameter to allocate 512M RAM for Tomcat would look like this: -Xmx512M
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Rafael Steil wrote:Which JForum version?

Rafael



the latest version 2.1.6

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GatorBait3 wrote:

Squall_Liu wrote:Java heap space

but it was ok yesterday . today I changed the cache of the tomcat to 500M , it still display this error .


You changed the cache size or the memory allocated for tomcat to use? To bump the Tomcat size, you will need to change the startup script ... the memory parameter to allocate 512M RAM for Tomcat would look like this: -Xmx512M


yes ,I changed the configure file "/etc/conf.d/tomcat5"
and modifed the

JAVA_OPTS="-Xmx500m"

and then restart the tomcat ,but no useful

the strange thing was that when I had not changed the cache of the tomcat , the error had been appeared -_-~!..
So I thought the error maybe be caused by deleted the original smile pictures just like " :lol: 8) :?: " ,after that the old topics could find the them ,so the error came......

Who knows how to resume the smile pictures ?

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There are in the file WEB-INF/config/database/mysql/mysql_data_dump.sql

Just note that the inserts have a fixed smilie_id in that file, so you may have to remove the id (and smilie_id column) from the query.

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Rafael Steil wrote:There are in the file WEB-INF/config/database/mysql/mysql_data_dump.sql

Just note that the inserts have a fixed smilie_id in that file, so you may have to remove the id (and smilie_id column) from the query.

Rafael



aha~!
It has been solved~! Thanks very much~!

I delete all the date of the jforum_smilies table
then insert the default vaule from the
"WEB-INF/config/database/mysql/mysql_data_dump.sql"
then login the manage platform delete the new smiles picture ;
the last step , copy the original smilies to the default folder .
the forum has returned~!

[originally posted on jforum.net by Squall_Liu]
 
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