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Query regarding to know the memory leaks in Application

 
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Hi

I am using Weblogic 11g server .I configured Jprobe with weblogic .

I started my appplication and did some operations on it for 1o minutes .(adding some symbols on to the network)


I am new to all these . Is 10 minutes sufficient to know ??


I had genertaed a report form the tool attached here

Seeing the report i cant understand anything .


Please guide me .
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Considering that JProbe costs $$$, you'd think that they would have documentation that explains this stuff...
 
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I have downloaded the free version
cant afford money right now .

Any help
 
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Ravi Kiran V wrote:
I am using Weblogic 11g server .I configured Jprobe with weblogic .



Ravi, I would suggest using Oracle JRockit Mission Control. It is free and the documentation is very clear.
 
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Thank you . I will go through Oracle JRockit Mission Control.
Is this tool for finding memory Leaks ??
 
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The JRockit Mission Control tools suite includes tools to monitor, manage, profile, and eliminate memory leaks in your Java application without introducing the performance overhead normally associated with tools of this type.
 
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