This recipe guides you through configuring the script for command-line tools so that you can properly manage your execution performance in case of increased memory requirements. Many steps work in memory, so the more memory we reserve to PDI, coherently with the available memory and the overall system requirements, the better it is. A wrong memory configuration leads you to bad performance and/or unexpected
OutOfMemory exception errors.
You will learn how to modify the script files Kitchen or Pan to set new memory requirements. This recipe will work the same for both Kitchen and Pan; the only difference to consider is in the names of the script files.
Remember that in PDI, we have ...