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From Mark Thomas <>
Subject Re: Tomcat 6.0.29 using more and more RAM until it collapses?
Date Fri, 12 Nov 2010 18:38:25 GMT
On 12/11/2010 18:30, Brian wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> Besides using Tomcat to serve my app (which itself serves about 600,000
> diferent URLs), I also use it to serve static pages (HTML pages stored in
> the hard disk). 
> I don't know if Tomcat is caching my dinamically generated pages (maybe it
> is), but for now I would love to stop the cache that stores the static ones.
> Those static pages are in their own WARs, so they have nothing to do with
> the java code in my app. 
> Where do I configure Tomcat to stop caching the static pages in memory?
> This is definitely my problem, I can see clearly the pages in my memory
> snapshot, and when I let Google crawl my site with more speed, my site (and
> Tomcat itself, I guess) crashes sooner.

You are missing the point. It is highly unlikely the 10MB per webapp
cache is causing problems given that you previously states that there
are only two WAR files here. So I'll ask my question again:

Where to the GC roots for those objects trace to?


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