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Subject [Tomcat Wiki] Update of "FAQ/Bugs/Memory" by GianlucaVarisco
Date Wed, 28 Nov 2007 19:03:02 GMT
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The following page has been changed by GianlucaVarisco:
http://wiki.apache.org/tomcat/FAQ/Bugs/Memory

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   * You're out of memory. Simple as that - add more to your heap.
   * You're out of memory. You have code which is hanging onto object references and the garbage
collector can't do its job. Get a profiler to debug this one.
-  * You ran out of file descriptors. If you are on a *nix system, it has been observed that
an OutOfMemoryError can be thrown if you run out of file descriptors. This can occur if your
threshold is too low. The ulimit program can help you out here. You also may need to account
for socket connections too when thinking about these thresholds. Google is your friend for
getting more information about this topic.
+  * You ran out of file descriptors. If you are on a *nix system, it has been observed that
an OutOfMemoryError can be thrown if you run out of file descriptors. This can occur if your
threshold is too low. The {{{ulimit}}} program can help you out here. You also may need to
account for socket connections too when thinking about these thresholds. Google is your friend
for getting more information about this topic.
   * You have too many threads running. Some OS's have a limit to the number of threads which
may be executed by a single process. (Which is what the JVM is.) Refer to your OS docs for
more information on how to raise this threshold.
   * If you have a lot of servlets or JSP's, you may need to increase your permanent generation.
By default, it is 64MB. Doubling it to be {{{-XX:MaxPermSize=256m}}} might be a good start.
   * Your OS limits the amount of memory your process may take. OK, this one is grasping at
straws.
   * The JVM has a bug. This has been known to happen with JVM1.2.? and using EJB's with another
servlet engine.
   * Not actually a reason - but on your particular platform, look at the {{{java -X}}} options.
They may be VERY helpful.
-  * Your classloaders are not being garbage collected.
+  * [http://opensource2.atlassian.com/confluence/spring/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=2669
Your classloaders are not being garbage collected].
  
  '''How much memory is Tomcat/webapp/??? using?'''
  
-  * To find out how much memory Tomcat is using, you might be able to use the Runtime class
provided by the JDK.
+  * To find out how much memory Tomcat is using, you might be able to use the {{{Runtime}}}
class provided by the JDK.
   * You can't find out how much memory a webapp is using. The JVM doesn't give us these detail.
   * You can't find out how much memory a ??? is using. The JVM doesn't give us these detail.
   * That being said, a memory profiling tool might prove the above statements wrong - but
you probably don't want to use them in a production environment.

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