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From "Alois Reitbauer" <>
Subject RE: JSR 326 and Apache Kato - A "state of the nation" examination
Date Thu, 21 Jan 2010 09:11:35 GMT

good point. What we mostly see are heap memory issues. However from time to time there are
native memory problems as well.  So I would see them as a second priority item from the point
of an application developer. In the native areas the most prominent problems I am aware of
are resource leaks like sockets, (file) handles etc.  Another memory related issues is what
I would name "perm gen" diagnosis - while being well aware that this is a Sun term.  Understanding
which classes got loaded and how big they are is an issue I also see now more frequently.



-----Original Message-----
From: David Griffiths [] 
Sent: Mittwoch, 20. Jänner 2010 16:36
Subject: Re: JSR 326 and Apache Kato - A "state of the nation" examination

Hi Alois, when you talk about memory do you mean Java heap or do you mean all memory including



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