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OutOfMemoryException on multiple deploys of Spring application

 
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This seems to be common error:

I see OutOfMemoryError when I deploy a spring based application in an app server. AspectJ type classes are not getting garbage collected. By looking at other postings, it seems ore like the way application is coded/configured. Some of the postings talk about the problem with having static member variables. Shutdownhook is registered in the code.

Following seems like an interesting article:

http://blogs.sun.com/fkieviet/entry/...e_dreaded_java

That being said, did not notice similar problem with non spring app in the same app server with multiple deploys.

Any suggestion, or advice will be appreciated.
 
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The link doesn't work. ;)

Most of these errors are because some App Servers hot deploy doesn't clean things up as nicely with the way the deal with ClassLoaders. So, it really isn't a Spring issue as much a ClassLoader/App Server issue.

What I tend to do is restart the App Server to deploy my apps rather than hot deploy them.

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