Limiting factors for very large image imports?
I have to import very large images into DAM 5.5 (~2GB) in the following environment: OS-X 10.6.8, Postgresql 9.1, Java 1.6.0_26 64-bit. JVM has 3.5GB allocated with 512MB of perm. Postgresql shared buffers are set to 1GB and the shmmax has been allocated with sysctl.
When importing files of 2GB+ into the VCS what Nuxeo/JVM/Postgres settings will determine the maximum size of file that can be imported.
Should add that I am running the import from the command line, in the form…
curl -uUser:Password "http://localhost:8080/nuxeo/site/damImporter/run?inputPath=/path/to/import&importFolderTitle=stuff"
Importing large files into Nuxeo not depends of any settings that you have mentioned (Nuxeo / JVM / Postgres).
When you download a file into Nuxeo, this one is stored directly on the server's file system and does not depends on the RAM.
So increase the RAM settings for Nuxeo / JVM / Postgres has no influence, you just need to take care that you have enough space on your file system!
Was the DAM code-base considered when looking for issues with 2GB+ files (as seen in NXP-8642)?