Removing HPROF dump files

LC_bugRevisiting the topic of Livecycle consuming everything in its path, I found another issue that features in Livecycle ES4 SP1. The symptoms are the usual symptoms; lack of disk space, server crashing, etc. After hunting down all of the extra large files in your system you might find a number of very large files in the following path:

[livecycle_install_dir]/crx-repository/launchpad/felix/bundle33/dumps

HPROF Files

Heap dump off

To turn this feature off, do the following:

  1. Browse to the AEM system console: http://host:port/lc/system/console
  2. Locate the bundle
    org.apache.felix.webconsole.plugins.memoryusage
  3. Stop the bundle

You can then stop Livecycle, delete the HPROF files and restart Livecycle. The bundle should not restart, but its worth checking anyway.

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About Darren
I am a Senior Consultant and for BizTECH Enterprise Services (Australia) specialising in AEM Forms and Adobe LiveCycle, Document Services and Adobe Experience Manager.

One Response to Removing HPROF dump files

  1. smartdoctech says:

    Thanks, Darren. This is a good tip. – J.P. Terry

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