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E-RD/PRCS: Error seen in the psprcs.cfg when problems posting reports, "Could not reserve enough space for object heap" (Doc ID 650139.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 16, 2023

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.4 and later
Generic (Platform Independent)


The Process Scheduler starts up successfully and brings up the PSDSTSRV server process. However, when running reports via Process Scheduler they are successful except that they are not posting to the report repository. As soon as this occurred, the PSDSTSRV server process is brought down automatically and restarted. The Tuxedo log shows :

113803.WNPSOFT8!PSDSTSRV.2204.4540.0: LIBTUX_CAT:477: WARN: SERVICE=PostReport    MSG_ID=0    REASON=server died
113804.WNPSOFT8!PSDSTSRV.5460.5540.0: 08-17-2006: Tuxedo Version 8.1, 32-bit
113804.WNPSOFT8!PSDSTSRV.5460.5540.0: LIBTUX_CAT:328: ERROR: No space in Bulletin Board for Registry Table
113804.WNPSOFT8!PSDSTSRV.5460.5540.0: LIBTUX_CAT:582: ERROR: Unable to register, registry table full
113804.WNPSOFT8!PSDSTSRV.5460.5540.0: LIBTUX_CAT:248: ERROR: System init function failed, Uunixerr =
113806.WNPSOFT8!restartsrv.3492.3748.-2: 08-17-2006: Tuxedo Version 8.1, 32-bit
113806.WNPSOFT8!restartsrv.3492.3748.-2: server BASE/104: CMDTUX_CAT:580: INFO: A server process has restarted: 2204

When enabling LogFence=5 in the Process Scheduler configuration file, psprcs.cfg and reconfiguring the scheduler domain. The followin error appears after replication of the ISSUE:

PSDSTSRV.4276 [08/17/06 20:24:32 PostReport](4) (JavaHttp): JVM Option: -Xmx512m
PSDSTSRV.4276 [08/17/06 20:24:32 PostReport](4) (JavaHttp): JVM Option: -Xms32m
PSDSTSRV.4276 [08/17/06 20:24:32 PostReport](4) (JavaHttp): Error occurred during initialization of VM
PSDSTSRV.4276 [08/17/06 20:24:32 PostReport](4) (JavaHttp): Could not reserve enough space for object heap
PSDSTSRV.4276 [08/17/06 20:24:32 PostReport](4) (JavaHttp):
PSDSTSRV.5364 (0) [08/17/06 20:34:05](0) PeopleTools Release 8.45.11 (WinX86) starting


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