Set the maximum memory allocation here

First, I don't know whether I should set the max memory pool to VM max memory, any suggestion ? 

Second,  if I have faced a few of issues related to memory consumption, where should I go to fix the problem ?   to adjust max memory pool or initial pool  under Atlassian JAVA property ? 

We only have up to 100 users, up to 70 projects for now, up to 6000 issues, up to 2000 attachment files,   as a start.

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Yes,  I did a couple of changes,  for the jvmms, jvmmx,  set for 1024/1024 (for now)

our VM containing 8G memory,  what value do you think I should optimize these two parameters ? 

JVM min 1024 (jvmms)

JVM max 2048 (jvmmx)

I prefer setting like this, instead of giving same values to min and max.

The following link can be useful for checking if Jira's server meet the minimum recommendations i.e system memory, jvm heap size: Jira Sizing Guide

Also it will be useful to check the logs, as often performance issues are caused by certain errors. It might be a good idea to update Jira to the latest version (releases of JIRA applications commonly contain fixes for memory issues)

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