How to solve Java problem of vCenter Server

When vCenter server 5.1 is installed, you will release that problem. 4-6-8 GB memory not enough for Java. I don’t always like Java and now it is a problem again . That screenshot has been taken 3 minutes after my server is booted up.

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During the installation, you should have seen this screen about JVM

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These steps below are the solution. Actually Java itself is a problem.

Solution consists of 3 parts.

First part is configuring SSO

Connect to vcenter server and open this this folder

installationdirectory\VMware\Infrastructure\SSOServer\conf

And then find wrapper.conf file and open it.

Change the value of wrapper.java.additional.9 to 512

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Second configuration is Inventory services memory value

Open this folder installation_directory\VMware\Infrastructure\Inventory Service\conf

Find wrapper.conf

And change this wrapper.java.maxmemory to 1024

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Last step is about vcenter server setting

Open this folder

installation_directory\VMware\Infrastructure\tomcat\conf

Find wrapper.conf file

And change wrapper.java.additional.9 value to 512

Last step is restart services or reboot the server to affect the changes

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