Part Number: OMAP-L138
Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools
Error happens. A message dialog is copied to TI_07.I reeasrch some of WEB site, and arranged a file(c:\ti\ccs910\ccs\eclipse\eclipse.ini), Is is proper?
Could you explain your use case in more details? What are you doing exactly? What is the error that happens?
Best Regards, Yordan
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In reply to Yordan Kovachev:
Thank you for reading.
This is an error.
I referenced the following web-site, and arranged characters are shown in RED.
Thank you very much.
In reply to userasagonta55:
Note that CCS typically uses the settings in ccstudio.ini instead of eclipse.ini. If you wish to change the heap size, make it to ccstudio.ini.
Also, what version of CCS are you using?
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In reply to Ki:
Just following up to see if you have a change to modify ccstudio.ini.
Also, if you are not using the latest CCS version, I strongly suggest you do so. Starting with CCSv9, CCS is a full 64-bit application on Windows. This allows for much greater flexibility in setting the max heap size, which should help with issues like the one you are experiencing:
I read the manual, but it doesn't work. Shouldn't we make changes to the default?
I'm using CCSv9. I tried to change the value of the working memory but it didn't work and I got an error. I want to change the default value and memory value and other parts, but how much can I change it?
userasagonta55I'm using CCSv9. I tried to change the value of the working memory but it didn't work and I got an error
What did you change -Xmx in ccstudio.ini to? As for the recommend value, it is mentioned in the link I sent in my previous post. For CCSv9.x, I would recommend 1536m or higher (I personally use 2048m)
[The file contains two important parameters for memory management: -Xms and -Xmx. The current default values of these two options are -Xms128m and -Xmx768m (may vary depending on the CCS version).The flag -Xmx specifies the maximum memory allocation pool for a Java virtual machine (JVM), while -Xms specifies the initial memory allocation pool. This means the JVM will be started with -Xms amount of memory and will be able to use a maximum of -Xmx amount of memory.]
I read "code composer studio".
Should I set the maximum and initial memory allocations for the Java virtual machine (JVM) to the CCV version?
I changed the default value to match my ccs version with this reference.Thanks to you, it started safely.Thank you very much.
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