Unless the leak is somewhere else. But, in general I agree, we haven't found
any leaks so far. Nevertheless, before the release our free-memory never
dipped below 500MB and recovered to 1.6GB during periods of low activity.
Now, within 2-3 days (more quickly during heavier loads) our memory declines
to near 0 and the GC thrashes. The big question is, WHY? If there are no
memory leaks, there must be some other reason memory is being held.
Michael Finger wrote:
So your app isn't leaking memory?, the GC is just taking longer, or are
you running out of heap space due to a memory leak, etc. and requiring
more GC runs? How do you heap sizes, etc. look over time. What objects are
occupying the most memory?
Also, while I'm thinking about it, it seems like it would be best practice
to put the stateful session release in a try - finally block as a best
practice? ( I haven't seen this in the docs/code samples)
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