Bug #902

Updated by Serge Heiden about 5 years ago

The JVM (and TXM) can refuse to start if the memory size asked is not available (for example, too big for the system).

Solution:
The TXM launcher script must relaunch TXM with another memory setting.
* TXM must provide a return code:
** '0' means correct execution, the launcher can quit
** '1' means bad execution, the launcher must try another memory limit or default memory setting

Further solution: one day, we will loop by some decrement.

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