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How to handle memory leak in Java

  Asked By: Clifton    Date: Jun 29    Category: Java    Views: 1140

Does anyone have the idea of handling memory leak / stack over flow, for a Java
application running without down-time. ?
I will be happy for your ideas,



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Answer #1    Answered By: John Dia     Answered On: Aug 09

Depends on what you mean by handling.

If you want to detect the leak without stopping the application, the Plumbr memory leak detector (www.plumbr.eu) is meant to do precisely that. You can hot-attach it to your application and let it do the magic. In the end you get the line of code where the objects leak and the whole reference stack holding the leaking object.

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