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Re: Newbie Query
The heap size tends to be controlled by options passed to the JVM.  Try
setting HADOOP_HEAPSIZE in hadoop-env.sh.
On Sat, Oct 16, 2010 at 4:57 AM, Clement Jebakumar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:

> Hello,
>
> What does this mean in Webinterface? Especially the heap size. Is it 888MB
> is allocated for Hadoop and it uses 40MB. Is there a way to shrink it?
> Because it seems it only need 40MB*
>
> 3339 files and directories, 3970 blocks = 7309 total. Heap Size is 37.19 MB
> / 888.94 MB (4%)
>
>
>
> **Clement Jebakumar,*
> 111/27 Keelamutharamman Kovil Street,
> Tenkasi, 627 811
> http://www.declum.com/clement.html
>
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