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mapr-warden is using a lot of memory

Question asked by andyt22 on Jun 5, 2012
Latest reply on Jun 10, 2012 by steven
I have installed MapR M3 on a 15 node cluster with 24 GB of memory on each node, running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and since Sun Java 6 JDK is no longer distributed with Ubuntu, I am using the Oracle 7 Java JDK instead. Everything appears to work as it should but I notice that the mapr-warden process is using around 10 GB of memory on each node. Is this normal and if not, what could be the cause of this?

Losing almost half of the available memory in this way is preventing us from carrying out some large scale data analyses - thanks in advance for any suggestions,