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From anoopPrasad <ano...@huawei.com>
Subject Re: Memory leak in CXF HTTP transport in Solaris ?
Date Tue, 14 Oct 2008 18:24:02 GMT

Adding the Link again from the last post:

Could you please have a look at the following post and tell me whether it
applies to CXF.
http://blogs.sun.com/fkieviet/entry/classloader_leaks_the_dreaded_java


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anoopPrasad


anoopPrasad wrote:
> 
> Dear Dan/Bharat,
> 
> I have checked Heap,non-Heap, and perm Gen Memory usage of the process
> through JCOnsole and OptimizeIT. And like Dan observed, its stable, more
> or less.
> (Like in the report in the first post)
> 
> But still the OS (Solaris) reports a Resident Memory increase as well as
> the swap memory increase.
> 
> From the "pmap" report  I have observed that after a number of requests a
> lot of the anonymus [anon] memory blocks are allocates, which is never
> reclaimed.
> 
> In the beginning we were also doubting PermGen space and Jetty server. But
> it turns out that PermGen allocation is fine , no considerable
> increase(~3M) at all.
> 
> About Jetty we are still doubtful.Since JMS transport is fine, it has to
> be either Jetty problem or
> the way servlets are handled in CXF Code. 
> 
> Could you please have a look at the following post and tell me whether it
> applies to CXF.
> http://blogs.sun.com/fkieviet/entry/classloader_leaks_the_dreaded_java
> 
> 
> If it's in the process memory space, that's probably a bug in either Jetty
> (nio stuff it does) or in the JDK itself.  Nothing we can do about either
> of
> those.
> If we locate the problem, we can try to fix it.
> 
> 
> Thank you very much.
> 
> regards
> anoopPrasad
> 
> 

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