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  • 1.  MAF - Maximo Health UI Screen

    Posted Mon June 03, 2024 10:31 AM

    Team, 

    I am trying to publish the modified changes in Maximo Health UI screen on Maximo Application Server using MAF Tool and Its getting failed due to out of memory error. I am using podman server with IBM recommended hardware configuration (16GB RAM).

    Note : I am successfully able to preview the changes and If I manually update the controller files every time, there is no error but when I am trying to copy past the same file in other maximo instance its getting failed. 

    Is there any specific process to migrate the updated files in higher environment.  ?

    Please suggest !!

    THANKS 

    Lokesh Singh Chauhan



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  • 2.  RE: MAF - Maximo Health UI Screen

    Posted Tue June 04, 2024 03:44 AM

    And what exactly falling down? Docker or any processes inside container?



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  • 3.  RE: MAF - Maximo Health UI Screen

    Posted Tue June 04, 2024 07:32 AM

    Hi Andrey, 

    As per logs, Its seems podman server running out of memory issue. 

    Thanks

    Lokesh



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  • 4.  RE: MAF - Maximo Health UI Screen

    IBM Champion
    Posted Mon June 10, 2024 05:05 AM

    Hi Lokesh,

    We have done multiple UI changes for Health for a customer. Although IBM is recommending 16Gb of space (as the bare minimum), our experience is that for Desktop Graphite apps like Health (and that is an extensive example) the bare minimum is to run Docker or Podman with at least 8 cpu's and 32 Gb of memory. What also helps is to collaps the design viewer in MAF-Tools (since this consumes some resources as well and reduces the performance of MAF-Tools.

    Some examples we did with MAF-Tools using 8 cpu's / 32Gb Memory:



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  • 5.  RE: MAF - Maximo Health UI Screen

    Posted Mon June 10, 2024 06:07 AM

    Hi Jan-Willem, 

    Thanks for update !! 

    Got It, Its seems due to system configuration issue only we are getting OOM issue while publishing image. 

    Best Regards

    Lokesh Singh Chauhan



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