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Hello I have noticed that Deployer and Discovery Services consume a lot of memory,

There are any way to optimize these services?

In the next picture you can see a low consume of RAM only with Content Manager Service Host and SQL Server services started. After start Content Deployer and Content Discovery services, RAM comsuption soars.

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Thanks in advance.

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Are you using the default service configurations? Is this graph in-use or running idle?

You can try reducing the maximum memory used by the Discovery Service down to 128Mb (see the bin/install.ps1 or install.sh script for the -Xms and -Xmx settings). Try setting them to: "-Xms64m", "-Xmx128m"

The deployer can be adjusted dependent on the size of transport packages that you are typically sending. If they are small, the deployer service memory footprint could also be reduced.

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See docs for additional reference: docs.sdl.com/LiveContent/content/en-US/SDL%20Web-v1/… – Bengineer Mar 18 at 10:59
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This graph is running idle. I installed the default deployer(standalone). In others installations I noticed that tomcat running as service on windows spend a lot of Memory, I read in SDL documentation that this REST service create a Tomcat instance.... I will try to reduce the Java_opts. Thanks! – Jose Honorato Mar 18 at 11:18
    
Do see you see any unusual logging in either the Discovery or Deployer service logs? – Bengineer Mar 18 at 11:21
    
Yes indeed - the standalone services use individual instances of Tomcat under the covers to run each micro service. – Bengineer Mar 18 at 11:22

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