JSS Web Application Memory

The JAMF Software Server (JSS) allows you to view the amount of memory being used by the web application. If you need to change the amount of memory allocated to the web application, you can use the JSS Database Utility to do so.

Viewing Memory Usage

  1. Log in to the JSS with a web browser.

  2. In the top-right corner of the page, click Settings images/download/thumbnails/10126560/Settings_icon.png .

  3. Click JSS Information.
    On a smartphone or iPod touch, this option is in the pop-up menu.

  4. Click Memory Usage images/download/thumbnails/10126560/Memory_Usage.png .
    A pie chart of used and available memory is displayed.

Configuring Web Application Memory

  1. Open the JSS Database Utility on the JSS host server. The JSS Database Utility is located in:
    /Library/JSS/bin/JSSDatabaseUtil.jar

  2. Enter the username and password for an administrator account to the server, and then click OK.

  3. If the JSS Database Utility is unable to locate the MySQL binary, you are prompted to enter the path. Click Continue and enter the full path to the binary.

  4. From the menu bar, choose Utilities > Change Tomcat settings.

  5. Use the Maximum Memory and Minimum Memory sliders to configure the amount of memory allocated to the web application.
    images/download/thumbnails/10126560/Mac_Tomcat_Settings.png

  6. Click Apply Settings.

  7. When prompted to restart Tomcat, click Yes.

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