I don't think Cisco could possibly put out hard numbers on this, because your 200KB script could kill the CPU, while my 200KB script could barely spike the CPU. It's all about what it's doing, not how big it is. Now, that's not to say there is not a limit, i.e., I would be very surprised if you could successfully upload a 3GB script.
Assuming raw numbers: a 200KB file, loaded into memory 100 times is only ~20MB. With 4GB of memory, that's nothing (0.5%). So it would seem that the size would not be a problem.
Additionally, you could look into breaking up your scripts/applications and making it more modular. Just running the pieces and parts as they are needed, instead of loading the whole thing at once.
My $0.02 =)
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I'm with Anothony: it's all about what you're doing with that 200KB. Sounds like a good time to do some load testing. :)
I suspect you'll run into the maximum step count far before you'll overrun the Tomcat heap size or CPU; especially with current MCS hardware. Also, sub flows count towards the "root" scripts step count so plan carefully.
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