I add about 1000 elf image files to the streamline session capture, and it hints "Java heap space" on error window. I have tried to add the -Xms1024m -Xmx1124m to the eclipse.ini, but failed too.
How can I increase the heap space for the streamline analyse? Sorry for my multiple post, last post I forget to check the post as question.
> I add about 1000 elf image files to the streamline session capture
Not a solution to the problem - but more of a work around ...
The main issue it the sheer number of ELF image you are adding. Try a run with only the main ones added (you probably find that only a handful are needed to account for 80% of the runtime, and that is where you'll get be returns from optimizing).
The tool will still be able attribute time to the missing programs / libraries - you just don't get a function breakdown - and if you miss a top library you can always add it later and reanalyze.
In reply to Peter Harris:
I know it would work, if just add few of the elf files. But I hope it would be work when I add many elf files too. I just guess if my PC has enough memory, it should work when I increase the java heap space.
Because there's about 1000 elf files in our system, it takes time to find and pick up 20% of them one by one, on the contrary, it just takes several commands to add all of them to the session.xml . Once a elf is ignored, it will take much more time to reanalyze.
It would be wonderful if this would be improved in future.
It might be possible to follow the steps in this Knowledge Base Article, and increase the heap for Java:
"JVM terminated" error when launching DS-5 / OutOfMemoryError reported when using DS-5
Essentially, you add -Xmx512m or so to your DS-5/sw/eclipse/eclipse.ini and hopefully it'll do the trick. It won't increase the memory consumption of DS-5 in general, it is only a maximum/upper limit.