We’re experiencing some problem with our Openfire/Spark server, running on Windows Server 2008 R2.
The server is running fine for a few days when it suddenly stops.
Looking att the webadmin (not when spark stops working, at that point webadmin doesn’t work either) you can see that the memory slowly increasing upwards from 97% at startup time.
I’ve been reading for ours at the forum but can’t find any answers to my questions.
I’ve understood that you can delegate more memory to 64-bits Java but i can’t figure out how to tell Openfire to use 64-bits instead of 32-bits.
If I just uninstall 32-bits, I get an error message when trying to start the openfire service, saying “…error 1: Incorrect funtion”
I’ve also read that when working in production enviroments you shouldn’t have the embedded DB.
As were using Windows we have som MSSQL servers and in case of moving the database we want to use MSSQL, but i can’t find any guides how to migrate to MSSQL, just MySQL http://community.igniterealtime.org/docs/DOC-1540…
So in case of someone out there have any kind of input i would appriciate it ALOT!
Thanks in advance,