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  1. Confluence Server
  2. CONFSERVER-45083

Allow JVM args to be passed to Synchrony.

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      Add a new {{synchrony-args.properties}} into your home directory and put whatever parameters you want to add to the JVM.
      After Confluence is started, check if the additional parameters are appended into the java command that runs Synchrony with: {{ps aux | grep synchrony}} (if you are using a Mac OS)
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      Add a new {{synchrony-args.properties}} into your home directory and put whatever parameters you want to add to the JVM. After Confluence is started, check if the additional parameters are appended into the java command that runs Synchrony with: {{ps aux | grep synchrony}} (if you are using a Mac OS)

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      NOTE: This suggestion is for Confluence Server. Using Confluence Cloud? See the corresponding suggestion.

      It will be useful for JVM args to be passed to Synchrony (think JAVA_OPTS).  For situations when admins want to activate GC logging, monitoring agents, etc.  It should be possible to pass this info through to the Synchrony JVM on startup.

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