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Open the Run Configuration for your application (Run/Run Configurations..., then look for the applications entry in 'Java application').

The arguments tab has a text box Vm arguments, enter -Xss1m (or a bigger parameter for the maximum stack size). The default value is 512 kByte (SUN JDK 1.5 - don't know if it varies between vendors and versions).

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Look at Morris in-order tree traversal which uses constant space and runs in O(n) (up to 3 times longer than your normal recursive traversal - but you save hugely on space). If the nodes are modifiable, than you could save the calculated result of the sub-tree as you backtrack to its root (by writing directly to the Node).

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When using JBOSS Server, double click on the server:

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Go to "Open Launch Configuration"

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Then change min and max memory sizes (like 1G, 1m):

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When the argument -Xss doesn't do the job try deleting the temporary files from:

c:\Users\{user}\AppData\Local\Temp\.

This did the trick for me.

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You need to have a launch configuration inside Eclipse in order to adjust the JVM parameters.

After running your program with either F11 or Ctrl-F11, open the launch configurations in Run -> Run Configurations... and open your program under "Java Applications". Select the Arguments pane, where you will find "VM arguments".

This is where -Xss1024k goes.

If you want the launch configuration to be a file in your workspace (so you can right click and run it), select the Common pane, and check the Save as -> Shared File checkbox and browse to the location you want the launch file. I usually have them in a separate folder, as we check them into CVS.

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i also have the same problem while parsing schema definition files(XSD) using XSOM library,

i was able to increase Stack memory upto 208Mb then it showed heap_out_of_memory_error for which i was able to increase only upto 320mb.

the final configuration was -Xmx320m -Xss208m but then again it ran for some time and failed.

My function prints recursively the entire tree of the schema definition,amazingly the output file crossed 820Mb for a definition file of 4 Mb(Aixm library) which in turn uses 50 Mb of schema definition library(ISO gml).

with that I am convinced I have to avoid Recursion and then start iteration and some other way of representing the output, but I am having little trouble converting all that recursion to iteration.

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Add the flag -Xss1024k in the VM Arguments.

You can also increase stack size in mb by using -Xss1m for example .

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It may be curable by increasing the stack size - but a better solution would be to work out how to avoid recursing so much. A recursive solution can always be converted to an iterative solution - which will make your code scale to larger inputs much more cleanly. Otherwise you'll really be guessing at how much stack to provide, which may not even be obvious from the input.

Are you absolutely sure it's failing due to the size of the input rather than a bug in the code, by the way? Just how deep is this recursion?

EDIT: Okay, having seen the update, I would personally try to rewrite it to avoid using recursion. Generally having a Stack<T> of "things still do to" is a good starting point to remove recursion.


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