When will FishEye & Crucible support 64-bit?

We have 100+ repositories in FishEye, and I find the system crashes all the time with only being able to allocate 1.5GB RAM on Windows 32-bit Java. Are there any plans to implement 64-bit support so that I can allocate much more RAM? Thanks.

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Tom Davies Atlassian Team Jan 24, 2014

FishEye/Crucible supports 64 bit JVMs today -- just make sure that you don't set your heap too large -- you need to have enough physical memory to avoid excessive paging.

If there was something in our documentation which stated 32 bit only, please let us know what it is so that we can change it.

Thanks,

Tom

Thank you Tom. But how do I make 64-bit work with a Windows service? The current wrapper you link to is for 32-bit only.

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