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From Philippe Mouawad <>
Subject Re: JSR223 elements performance
Date Sat, 29 Aug 2015 22:12:30 GMT
The bug is different (related to native memory)
Why don't you open on groovy project a bug with your findings(that is the
bug you mention).
This way, you could say that behaviour seems awkward ( for now I share your

In my experience the leak seems rather small (I highly use Jsr223 + groovy)
on big load plan that can last 10 hours.

Javascript performances are awful compared to groovy, did you make some
comparison ?
you also mentionned nashhorn , do you mean that you used jmeter with it ?
Are performances better ?


On Sunday, August 30, 2015, Vladimir Sitnikov <>

> I use javascript.
> I tried Groovy once and it turns out to leak memory:
> They say Introspector.flushCaches() should be called from time to
> time, however that is awkward.
> Vladimir

Philippe Mouawad.

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