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From Aaron.Kn...@vodafone.co.nz
Subject RE: An interesting note about memory leaks (was Memory leaks in RemoteDelivery mailet?)
Date Tue, 04 Feb 2003 20:10:59 GMT

> The moral of the story is that not all memory consumption is leakage.

and that -server is a necessity for java applications with long uptimes.

Well, recommended, but not strictly a necessity.  The thing actually worked
perfectly.  The only troble is that if it suddely got a flurry of requests,
it would have to garbage collect madly to free up enough memory to manage



There is no magic.

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