I been trying to install RTMT in this new laptop and no matter what workaround I use the result is always the same:
Error: Could not create the java virtual machine.
Error: Afatal exception has occurred. Program will exit.
The LT is running Windows 10 and 64bits. Do u guys know about any solution for this issue?
This is Java itself having an issue with memory size. One option is to uninstall and re-install JRE, which I have done with success.
Someone once sent me instructions about setting a bigger (smaller?) "heap size" for Java. I'm not a programmer and don't know what the implications are of that. Here is a link to that set of instructions. YMMV....
I followed this recommendation and it worked. Use the 512 setting. 256 isn't enough and the cisco installer won't start.
The heap size is the amount of memory allocated for the java application. Having it to small will create problems so play with the value on a lab machine or in a lab.
Also the messages file on the system will sometimes give a indication of an issue with the heap. You will see the application restart is quite common.
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