More memory for the IBM Notes client and an utility update

I’ve updated my Designer Memory Configurator to fix some problems reported to me.

The new version number is 2.1 also remember that your ordinary IBM Notes client also gets speed by giving it some more memory. Let your client free.

Download the new version here

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Also check out my other utilities

Client killer and Snippet Sync

7 Comments.

  1. Lars Berntrop-Bos

    Note that for locked down environments, jvm.properties is not writable.

    The fix is to put the params in rcpinstall.properties, which is actually better since it overrides jvm.properties, so potentially negating any changes made to jvm.properties…
    rcpinstall.properties lives in /workspace/.config and should be user writable.

  2. Lars Berntrop-Bos

    rcpinstall.properties lives in <DataDir>/workspace/.config and should be user writable.

    • Fredrik Norling Fredrik Norling

      I will look at this and try to change it to use that instead.
      Do you have any info on how the jvm properties should be written in this file?
      or a file with this added?

  3. Lars Berntrop-Bos

    had to use & lt ; and & gt ; for the DataDir thingie to show up…

  4. Lars Berntrop-Bos

    :wink: Google

    1st hit:

    vmarg.= You can provide VM specific arguments here. The is passed unaltered as a vmarg to the VM. The is only used as a unique identifier of the vmarg within this file. Syntax of the argument is not checked.

    8th hit

  5. Lars Berntrop-Bos

    drat, forgot proper formatting

    vmarg.<name>=<value> You can provide VM specific arguments here. The <value> is passed unaltered as a vmarg to the VM. The <name> is only used as a unique identifier of the vmarg within this file. Syntax of the argument is not checked.

  6. Lars Berntrop-Bos

    with proper formatting :wink:

    :idea:
    Google

    1st hit:

    vmarg.<name>=<value> You can provide VM specific arguments here. The <value> is passed unaltered as a vmarg to the VM. The <name> is only used as a unique identifier of the vmarg within this file. Syntax of the argument is not checked.

    8th hit