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Out of Memory - JS

ukender
Level 3
Level 3

Hi All

 

We're facing an issue while executing a webApp, it throws out of memory. I have increased the javascript limit in serverconf from 128 to 2048 MB and reloaded the severconf but it still throws the same error.

 

We are using a sql query which fetches 50K lines of results, 

 

Is there any limits in running the JS? could you please help me out.

 

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I've followed the steps provided in https://helpx.adobe.com/campaign/kb/out-of-memory-error-in-js-code-activity-in-workflows.html

 

Thanks in Advance

 

1 Accepted Solution
craigthonis
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Hi ukender,

 

As Manoj and Jon mentioned you likely have an issue with the script or the data being returned itself.  Generally speaking on the Adobe side we almost never need to increase the memory past 512mb.  If we still hit failures that almost always indicates a problem.

 

Regards,

Craig

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3 Replies
Jonathon_wodnicki
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hi,

 

2 gb for a js interpreter may be a tad overkill.

This looks like a recursive function gone awry, building infinite stack and crashing. What's on line 1315?

 

Thanks,

-Jon

 

Manoj_Kumar_
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hello @ukender ,

 

What exactly you are trying to with those 50K lines?

If you are planning to display some result in the datatable then I would suggestion you limit the records in the query. There is a reason why the queryDef is limited to 10K records by default.

 

 

 

 

craigthonis
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Hi ukender,

 

As Manoj and Jon mentioned you likely have an issue with the script or the data being returned itself.  Generally speaking on the Adobe side we almost never need to increase the memory past 512mb.  If we still hit failures that almost always indicates a problem.

 

Regards,

Craig

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