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Local Boomi Atom on Linux - Temporary scratch space

Question asked by faisal.ali397074 on Oct 17, 2017
Latest reply on Oct 17, 2017 by faisal.ali397074


I have a local in-house 64-bit atom installed on a Virtual Linux server.

When I access the atom from Atomsphere, I see the following Hardware properties information


The Temporary Directory free space is set to only 3.69 GB.


When I run a 'high load' Boomi process, after the container log reaches about 46 MB size, the container log throws error:

Oct 17, 2017 12:13:43 PM EDT WARNING [com.boomi.process.shape.NotifyShape appendMessage] Notify Shape message size exceeded.


When I run DF -H on the Linux server, I confirm the same size (3.7 GB) for the temporary scratch directory used by Boomi


How can I configure the Boomi atom to utilize a different path/different directory?

Is there something else I can check?


I  did go through this:

Managing local and work directories 


But I don't see: '' in the file


I only see the following in atom.vmoptions:


more atom.vmoptions