I have the following allocated through tomcat7
--JvmMx 1024 ++JvmOptions="-XX:MaxPermSize=512m"
Hardware specifications, standalone physical machine. Win 7 64-bit. 1.60 GHz CPU. 16GB RAM
After JIRA has started, CPU usage drops down to an average of 8-19%.
Thank you for looking into it.
Do you have daily backups turned on? Looking at the logs on startup what is taking the most time? Subversion might be an issue.
Is it a 1.60Ghz single or dual core? Intel i3 perhaps? It could be that the CPU is a bit weak.
From the screenshot I don't think Tomcat is running in 64bit mode right? That may or may not help.
We invested in a Intel xeon e5 machine, migrated JIRA to CentOS. Runs extremely efficiently. We are not sure if it's the because of a more powerful machine or because of the OS. We notice CPU usage during idle times to be considerably lower on CentOS than on Windows.
Anyway, I've chosen you as an answer, Atlassian keeps bugging me and you are the only one who replied. Thanks.
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