E1: UBE: Case Study on "MEMORY ALLOCATION FAILURE" Errors on EnterpriseOne Batch Applications
(Doc ID 1272974.1)
Last updated on MARCH 16, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document provides an analysis of common common causes of Memory Allocation errors in batch applications.
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|Example 1: CMRB000007 - ERROR: Memory allocation failed|
|Example 2: CAC0000018 - Failed to allocate memory for stored key|
|Example 3: Not enough storage is available to process this command|
|Example 4: SQL0000047 - Allocation failed|
|Example 5: OCI0000020 - Out of memory for allocating return values|
|Common Questions on Insufficient Memory Issues|
|Q1. What are commonly reported UBEs that may produce the MEMORY ALLOCATION FAILURE issue?|
|Q2. What is maximum size of memory can be allocated per process/kernel?|
|Q3. How Does EnterpriseOne manage Memory?|
|Q4. How to estimate the memory size needed?|
|Q5. What is the best way to work around this type of error?|
|Q6. Are there some example of changing physical memory size?|
|Q7. Is there way not to dump memory diagnostic in dmp file when jdemem code log Memory Allocation Failure?|