We have a development Ignition 8.0.12 Gateway running on Linux Ubuntu.
We are using the Perspective Module for our client graphics.
In this we have conveyor tracks (using SVG paths) on which skillets are animated. Essentially the path of the svg is translated into a series of incrementing integer values and the skillets position along that path is then translated into x,y coordinates based on the path’s integer value. We have started seeing the pallets jump around on screen intermittently. I’m thinking that we need to increase resources for the Gateway in Linux, but I know very little about Linux and I am not finding any information on where to go to increase the resources.
In the Gateway’s Status/Performance page I am seeing the typical saw tooth pattern for memory usage. It maxes out at 2 GB while the VM this system is running on has been allocate 8 GB. I’d like to increase the memory the Gateway is allowed to use.
The CPU utilization is running at around 10% or below, so I’m not concerned with that aspect of the VM at present.
Can someone give me a pointer as to where the files on a Linux system live (default file locations were used during the install) and what files in this OS are relevant for adding resources to the Gateway?