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Hi Experts,

i need to find out the memory leak in java web application. is there any tool available for finding memory leak in java web application?

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Hi Mohan,

There are many tools available for detecting memory leak. To name few.

JMeter , JProfiler , and there is one good utility shipped with JDK 1.6 is JMap .

for web application JMeter and JProfiler.

 
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