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what is the difference between local garbage collection and remote garbage collection

 
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what is the difference between local garbage collection and remote garbage collection???
 
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Local gc occurs on the machine that the app is invoked on by the JVM.
Remote Garbage Collection is used in a distributed set up (RMI) to clean up objects on the remote machine. The RMI runtime takes care of this.
 
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