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Reducing Windows Memory Pressure by Removing unused JVM Connectors

A simple technique can reduce memory pressure on Windows Sisense versions by inactivating unused JM connectors.  To do this you should search for the Sisense JVM Connectors Configuration application from the Windows Start menu.


After opening the Sisense JVM Connectors Configuration application simply uncheck any connectors which are not in use and press the Save button.

The amount of memory saved varies depending on which connector.  On average each connector uses 2GB. So if you inactivate  5 connectors, you just saved 10 GB of memory.

If you need additional help, please contact Sisense Support or create a Support Case


If you cannot locate the JVM as seen in the screenshot, the executable name is "usedConnectorsEditor.bat" and it should be located in the following directory C:\Program Files\Sisense\DataConnectors\JVMContainer\bin As seen in below picture.


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‎04-28-2023 07:02 AM
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