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From Stephen Caine <>
Subject Re: Java Crash
Date Wed, 28 Jan 2009 12:53:57 GMT
>> This is very helpful.  It strongly suggests the issue is memory  
>> management, not JFreeChart.
> I'd put my money on bad hardware. Every single time I've seen a  
> release version of a JVM fail, it's because of bad memory, CPU,  
> motherboard, or the combination thereof.
> I recommend trying the same code and configuration on a separate  
> physical machine to see if that might be the problem. Does Mac have  
> anything like memtest86? Can you even run that on x86-based Macs?

My initial presumption was bad memory, but after running a very  
intensive memory test (provided by Apple), no problems were found.   
Also, no other process results in a JVM crash.  Only when JFreeChart  
is run does the JVM crash.  This is an X-Serve, dual core intel that  
has 12 gigs of RAM running OS X 10.5.

Stephen Caine
Soft Breeze Systems, LLC

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