Passing JVM options in Mule ESB
After a long and hard search, I finally figured out a way to pass parameters to JVM in Mule ESB. Thought of sharing this for the next restless soul trying to develop things in Mule.
Lets start with a simple introduction of mule, Mule is an ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) meaning it helps connect different components which don’t ordinarily speak the same language and are very difficult to adjust/reprogram.
Whenever we deal with Java and its related products, we often end-up fidgeting with the amount of memory which needs to be allocated to the VM.
Mule being different as it it, has a very different way of passing arguments to the underlying VM. It uses a configuration file found in $MULE_HOME/conf/wrapper.conf
this file contains keys matching the pattern
replace the <n> with an integer (ensure to not skip a number in the sequence), the default mule installation comes with 3 configurations, so its safe to start with wrapper.java.additional.4
so the config file needs to be appended with
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