WARN_JVM_CONFIG_KERNEL_XMX_OVER_THRESHOLD: Xmx value for kernel over threshold¶
If the maximum heap size (Xmx option) value for either kernel (JEK or FEK) is too big, it can lead to potential memory exhaustion on the machine. This is because the allocated memory is multiplied by the number of JEKs and FEKs. Therefore, it is advisable for users to avoid setting an excessively large Xmx value for these kernels to prevent memory-related issues.
Modify the fek.xmx or jek.xmx option in the $DSS_HOME/install.ini file so it doesn’t exceed 4g. See Tuning and controlling memory usage.