JVM Getting Killed by OS

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Java
JVM
Linux
Hi Friends, I am working on LInux Java Platform. I have a problem about the process being killed by JVM without any log mesage, Currently, I am working on crawler project. We have implemented a Client-Server methodology, to crawl the websites. Initially, when we launch the application it works smoothly but after few hours ,process getting killed without any log message, We are running only 5 threads on that node, due to unavailability of the hard-disk, still the problem remains same On that particular node, We are not using any Hard-disk, only RAM of 2Gb is used for the node. I think it's the problem of swap memory of the node. Command issued at the terminal for executing the client(Crawler.jar file) process is as follows : java -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -XX:+UseParNewGC-XX:NewRatio=3 -Xms 1024m -Xmx1700m -Xmn 700m -jar DCrawler.jar 880 5 Please Help Thanks, Rakesh

Software/Hardware used:
Jdk 1.6.0.18 , Linux , 2 Gb RAM
ASKED: March 26, 2010  6:13 AM
UPDATED: March 26, 2010  1:24 PM

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