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From Jason <fqy...@outlook.com>
Subject Re: How is memory used for the Ignite server node?
Date Sun, 31 Jul 2016 14:12:12 GMT
hi Val,

The OffheapAllocatedSize is the real allocated memory for the Java Unsafe,
right? 
And the heap memory is for the JVM managed memory, right?

Then where's the gap memory between (heap memory + OffheapAllocatedSize
memory) and the real memory of the Apache.Ignite.exe for .net version? Is it
used by the .net CLR? Just because .net CLR and JVM are in the same one
process, is there any metrics in Ignite to measure this?

Thanks,
-Jason 



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