I should have published this a long time ago. I was looking for it today, but it was in my unpublished posts. Hope it helps.
I am having trouble with memory on my VMWare instance of PeopleSoft. I think a lot of the memory is going to the java virtual machine. If I look in task manager, I find multiple javaw.exe listings. Each one takes up at least 50M of memory. When I use the process explorer, I find that they are all launched by the oracle application server, which is the web server for PeopleSoft. I can understand having that many instances for production use, but this is just for development and testing.
Does anyone know how I can get the system to consolidate and use only one JVM instance?
During an install of Financials 8.9, I had trouble with some of my tablespaces not autoextending. When I went to load the PPLTLS84CUR project, Application Designer failed saying the PTTBL tablespace was full.
Here is some SQL that I used:
This showed me all of the data files that were not auto-extending:
[sourcecode language=’sql’]SELECT * FROM DBA_DATA_FILES
WHERE AUTOEXTENSIBLE = ‘NO’;[/sourcecode]This generated the SQL required to make all of the tablespaces auto-extending
[sourcecode language=’sql’]SELECT ‘ALTER DATABASE DATAFILE ”’ || file_name || ”’ AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 5M MAXSIZE UNLIMITED;’ FROM DBA_DATA_FILES
WHERE AUTOEXTENSIBLE = ‘NO’;[/sourcecode]
I have updated the PeopleTools Tables page and changed the theme for the site.
I chose the Rubric theme because it offers better width for the content. Especially with programming examples, this width comes in handy. I am open to suggestions though. I am a little disappointed with the WordPress tools. The editor works great and is easy to use, but it does not have many features for formatting code examples.
I added some descriptions to the change control tables. I am finding those tables handy for tracking changes that I am making. Also, I added the tables for Application Engines. They can help find App Engines that use a particular state record or actions that call a particular section. View the page here.