You can increase the size of the JVM heap to fix out-of-memory errors.
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.Error: Error was thrown at record: 13352 at com.endeca.edf.termextractor.TermExtractor $ExtractifiedRecordHandlerSource.produceNextEr (TermExtractor.java:711) ... at com.endeca.edf.adapter.AdapterRunner.main (AdapterRunner.java:221) Caused by: java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space
As the final line of the log entry indicates, the problem was caused because the Java heap space is too small.
The default size for these values is measured in bytes. Append the letter K (or k) to the value to indicate kilobytes, M (or m) to indicate megabytes, and G (or g) to indicate gigabytes.
Make sure that the heap size is not larger than the available free RAM on your system.
Note that if you want to pass in multiple Java options, you must use a separate --javaArgument flag for each option.