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From Java Code to Java Heap: Understanding the Memory Usage of Your Application
 
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When you write and run Java code, the JVM makes several allocations on your behalf, but do you have an understanding of how much that is? This session provides insight into the memory usage of Java code, covering the memory overhead of putting "int" into an integer object and the cost of object delegation and the memory efficiency of the different collection types. It also gives you an understanding of the off-Java (native) heap memory usage of some types of Java objects, such as threads and sockets. Most importantly, the session covers how to determine where there are inefficiencies in your application and how to choose the right collections to improve your Java code. Copyright © 2013 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Views: 132467 Oracle Learning Library
Oracle WebLogic Server & EBS R12.2 Q/A: JVM, Heap, GC, Stack, Thread Dump
 
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More details at http://k21academy.com/live13 We recently had a Masterclass on Oracle WebLogic Server covering What, Why & How at http://k21academy.com/weblogic02 in that webinar there were a lot of questions. Most of these questions were answered in Webinar however not all questions were covered because of time. We'll be adding these questions over a period of time in Private Facebook Group for WebLogic Server at http://k21academy.com/weblogicqa This post covers weekly live show on our Facebook Page at http://facebook.com/k21academy covering Oracle WebLogic Server and issues reported with WebLogic Server in Oracle EBS R12.2 asked in WebLogic Masterclass at http://k21academy.com/weblogic02 Question Asked "I am working on Oracle EBS R12.2.3, My Questions is that OACore managed server is going into warning state frequently. I've increased Java Heap Size from 1 GB to 2 GB but still getting the same error sometimes. After collecting Garbage, it will be OK, but want to resolve the issue permanently. Need You Guidance ... Q1: What would you do in a situation like this? Q2: What is JVM & Heap Size in JVM? Q3: How do you know what is Heap Size Value and How do you change the value of Heap from 1GB to 2 GB? Q4: What is Garbage Collection and How Often you should run it? Q5: What does parameter -Xms, -Xmx, -XX:PermSize, -XX:MaxPermSize mean when you start JVM? I've covered all this in this video Here is what Atul Covered in Weekly Live Show 00:00-8:18: Introduction & Welcome 8:18-15:47 What is WebLogic Server & Task Performed by WebLogic Admins 15:47-17:15 Q: Managed Server in EBS (R12) going in Warning State 17:15-30:06 Oracle E-Business Suite R12.2 Architecture, WebLogic Domain, Admin & Managed Server, Config Files for Domain in EBS R12.2 30:06 - 41:00 What is JVM, JVM Parameters like -Xms, -Xmx, -XX:PermSize, -XX:MaxPermSize, Garbage Collection - GC (Major / Minor), JVM Tuning Guidelines, Q/A 41:00- 50:00 Heap, Stack & Thread Dump, Warning State issue in EBS R12.2 for Managed Server 50:00-56:14 Wrap-Up and FREE Training Now back to the original question If you are in a situation like this, How would you troubleshoot or approach to fix the issue (Leave a comment and see If you can help others https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zmd96z-5qO0 More details at http://k21academy.com/live13
Views: 2477 K21Academy
java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space
 
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java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space Troubleshooting Guide for beginners Reference: http://javaeesupportpatterns.blogspot.com/2011/11/outofmemoryerror-java-heap-space.html
How to increase Java heap size (Make Java faster)
 
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*READ* Increasing Java heap size can increase the performance of Java by allocating more RAM to run with Java, making it faster. -Xmx480M Replace 480 with the amount of RAM (In megabytes!) you want to allocate to Java. DO NOT USE ALLOCATE ALL OF YOUR RAM TO JAVA! Follow me on twitter! @Tubbsmcfat
Views: 87408 AaronTech
Владимир Иванов — Native код, Off-heap данные и Java
 
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Владимир Иванов, Oracle — Native код, Off-heap данные и Java Международная Java-конференция JPoint 2016 Москва, 22-23 апреля 2016 Прошлое, настоящее и будущее работы с native кодом и off-heap данными из Java. Про JNI, Unsafe, VarHandles и Project Panama.
Views: 2312 JUG .ru
Analyze JVM Memory using JVisual VM | Memory Leak | Heap & Thread Dump | Profiling | Java Techie
 
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This video explains you how to use Visual VM to analyze Memory Leak ,Heap Data usages,Garbage collector and CPU profiling #JavaTechie #VisualVM #Memory #Profiling Blogs: https://javagyanmantra.wixsite.com/website Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/919464521471923 Like and Subscribe
Views: 432 Java Techie
How to Write Memory-Efficient Java Code
 
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Garbage collection has largely removed the need to think about memory management when you write Java code, but there is still a benefit to understanding and minimizing the memory usage of your applications, particularly with the growing number of deployments of Java on embedded devices. This session gives you insight into the memory used as you write Java code and provides you with guidance on steps you can take to minimize your memory usage and write more-memory-efficient code. It shows you how to • Understand the memory usage of Java code • Minimize the creation of new Java objects • Use the right Java collections in your application • Identify inefficiencies in your code and remove them Author: Chris Bailey undefined View more trainings by Chris Bailey at https://www.parleys.com/author/chris-bailey Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 53354 Oracle Developers
How to set and increase java heap size on Windows 7
 
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In this video I tried to show how to set and increase java heap space on Windows 7. You can do it by specifying size with the runtime parameter on the java option in the control panel or by specifying the size in the VM argument on java Eclipse dynamically which works at runtime. However, if you want to make it persistent, you can make it from the clipse.ini file located in the Eclipse distribution directory. Just open the eclipse.ini file and scroll down to the bottom and specify the same argument which I have used in the video. Caution: don't increase heap size equal to the physical memory(RAM), otherwise your system might crash.
Views: 25657 Md. Rezaul Karim
JVM Heap Dump Analysis - OpenJPA memory leak
 
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JVM Heap Dump Analysis - OpenJPA memory leak http://javaeesupportpatterns.blogspot.com/2013/03/openjpa-memory-leak-case-study.html
OpenJDK | Oracle JDK vs  Alpine Images | Is your application consuming too much memory?
 
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Welcome to Tech Learnings, today I want to share with you three key learnings: i. OpenJDK: OpenJDK (Open Java Development Kit) is a free and open-source implementation of the Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE). It is the official reference implementation of Java SE since version 7. ii. Oracle JDK vs Alpine Images: Regular openjdk uses a debian:jessie base image. openjdk-alpine images use a linux alpine base image. These base images will use 2 different linux distros, and that is their main difference. To know more about these distros: Debian: https://www.debian.org/ Alpine: https://alpinelinux.org/ 3. Don't forget to specify heap size for your Docker Java application. -Xms64m or -Xms64M - to specify initial heap size -Xmx1g or -Xmx1G - to specify max heap size Also, I am looking for some candidates who are willing to learn Java and technologies that we frequently use online. You can comment on the video itself or drop me an email at [email protected]
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Heap Tables and Index Organized Tables in Oracle | Chris Saxon
 
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Chris Saxon, a database evangelist, developer advocate, and SQL specialist with Oracle, uses up his two minutes with a tip on using heap tables and index organized tables in Oracle Database.
Back to the Basics: Tech Tip: How Much Memory is JDeveloper Using?
 
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In this very quick tech tip, I show how you can set the heap size and perm size for JDeveloper and use the AddVMOption -DMainWindow.MemoryMonitorOn=true to see how much memory heap size and perm size JDeveloper is using. Interested in learning Oracle BPM? Check out our Oracle BPM Self Paced Courses at https://training.fusionapplied.com/oracle-bpm-training-course-catalog/ If you are interested in training, be sure to sign up for Free Lessons and Course Discounts at http://training.fusionapplied.com
Views: 514 Fusion Applied
Heap tables
 
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Troubleshooting Memory Problems in Java Applications
 
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Poonam Parhar, Consulting Member of Technical Staff, Oracle Troubleshooting memory problems can be tricky, but the right approach and proper set of tools can simplify the process substantially. Several kinds of OutOfMemoryError messages can be reported by the Java HotSpot VM, and it is important to understand these error messages clearly and have a wide range of diagnostic and troubleshooting tools in our toolkit to diagnose and root out these problems. This session discusses the right approach and a broad range of diagnostic tools that can be very useful in troubleshooting Java memory issues.
Views: 6200 Java
IBM Websphere Application Server Heap size configuration
 
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How configure JVM Heap size on WAS?
Two-Tier Adaptive Heap Management for Oracle WebLogic Server on the Oracle JRockit JVM
 
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This session shows an approach to managing the JVM heap to avoid OOME associated with temporary spikes and yet be efficient in physical memory utilization. It introduces the concept of a soft limit on the heap. The heap is divided into two tiers: the normal-heap tier, from zero to the soft limit, and the high-heap tier, between the soft limit and the maximum heap size. The –Xmx value defines a hard limit, and it has the existing semantics. The GC policy in the normal tier is unchanged from the current policies. The session’s speakers use a GC policy that favors compaction and release of free memory to the host in the high-heap tier. They developed an MXBean that is deployable to any Oracle WebLogic Server on the Oracle JRockit JVM. They improved load up to 32 percent with this technique. Author: Rafiul Ahad Rafiul Ahad is Vice President of Product Development IT. He is responsible for automation of IT processes for cloud and enterprise applications. Rafiul has several publications and patents to his credit. View more trainings by Rafiul Ahad at https://www.parleys.com/author/rafiul-ahad Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 191 Oracle Developers
How to Monitor WebLogic JVM Heap, CPU and Garbage Collection Performance with WLSDM?
 
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Weak JVM performance affects WebLogic domain performance directly. That’s why the host’s CPU and memory usage is very important in terms of improving WebLogic performance. Higher CPU consumption and Garbage Collection duration can cause applications to run slowly, even cause the WebLogic servers facing downtime. JVM instances in a WebLogic need to be monitored constantly and notification/alarm infrastructure must be installed as well. Read the full tech blog post: http://blog.wlsdm.com/wlsdm-monitoring-weblogic-jvm-heap-cpu-garbage-collection-performance/ Donwload WLSDM: http://wlsdm.com/download WLSDM Community: http://community.wlsdm.com
Big RAM: How Java Developers Can Fully Exploit Massive Amounts of RAM
 
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This session looks at the implications of the ever-increasing availability of large amounts of RAM (hundreds of gigabytes, or multiple terabytes) for Java developers and discusses techniques they can use to fully exploit these quantities of RAM. It shows evidence suggesting that some garbage-collected environments, such as JVMs, have limitations when fully utilizing such quantities of RAM. It then proposes strategies for fully exploiting large amounts of RAM when developing in Java, including use of alternative garbage collectors, off-heap memory in the JVM, open source and commercial caching solutions, and operating system caches. Code samples and performance test results are provided. Copyright © 2013 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
jmap and jhat
 
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I demonstrate the basic use of two of the tools in the jdk: jmap and jhat. Check out my other videos on the Wernerware channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIV6h_LjtYGz-1KcUeRLBIw
Views: 7754 Daniel Werner
Java Memory Hogs
 
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After analysis of 670 Java heap dumps from across many programs, interesting memory hogs emerge. There are several memory-reducing optimizations for middleware and application programmers as well as the JVM and JDK. These optimizations will significantly reduce the memory usage of Java programs and perhaps decrease response times. Learn more in this session. Author: Nathan Reynolds Nathan Reynolds is an Architect at Oracle and works in PSR (Performance, Scalability and Reliability), a team dedicated towards optimizing Oracle Middleware software. He is the Exalogic Performance Architect. In this role, he oversees the technical aspects of analyzing profiles, figuring out optimizations, optimizing code and measuring performance impact. Since joining Siebel Systems in 2002 and acquired into Oracle in 2005, he has worked only in the PSR team. He has a keen interest in concurrency and makes regular valuable contributions to the animated discussions on the concurrency-interest mailing list. After analyzing 650 heap dumps across Oracle workloads, he presented Java Memory Hogs which identifies the most important memory problems in the average Java program. He confers with Intel processor architects on how to make their processors run Oracle software faster as well as optimize Oracle software to take advantage of latest processor features. One project has him adding Intel’s TSX functionality into Oracle Business Intelligence. Mr. Reynolds holds a master’s degree in computer science from the University of Southern California and a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from Brigham Young University. This multi-disciplined instruction allows him to deeply understand hardware ramifications when optimizing software. View more trainings by Nathan Reynolds at https://www.parleys.com/author/nathan-reynolds Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 4813 Oracle Developers
Advanced JVM Tuning
 
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This advanced JVM tuning session covers challenging JVM performance tuning problems. It includes examples illustrating the symptoms of those challenges and how to address them by tuning the JVM or making coding changes. This is the companion session to "Java Tuning for Beginners." Copyright © 2013 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
What's Cool in Java 8, and New in Java 9
 
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Java 8 provided a huge upgrade to the Java programming model and a coordinated evolution of the JVM, Java language, and libraries. In 2017 Oracle will release Java 9, which introduces modularity support from Project Jigsaw, along with other significant improvements and enhancements that developers should take account of. In this talk, learn about how Java 8 has revolutionized application development and receive an overview on the largest changes in Java 9. Speaker: Aurelio Garcia-Ribeyro
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Heap/Stack Diagrams & their Applications: SCJP OCPJP Certification Webinar
 
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This session covers an important topic on "Heap/Stack Diagrams & their Applications." All our sessions are lead by a Trainer who scored 98% in SCJP Certification and 100% in SCWCD Certification. Our aim is to ensure that you pass your SCJP 6 Certification with flying colors. For more information please visit www.whizlabs.com Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/+WhizlabsSoftware Follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/whizlabs
Views: 15571 Whizlabs
The JVM and Java Garbage Collection - OLL Live (Recorded Webcast Event)
 
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This webcast provides an overview of how garbage collection works on Java 6 and 7. The talk starts with a discussion of generational garbage collection, why that method of garbage collection is used and how it works in the JVM. This discussion is followed by a walk through of the G1 garbage collector and how it differs from older collectors. See the related tutorial at http://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=44785:24:0::::P24_CONTENT_ID,P24_PREV_PAGE:6628,1 Copyright © 2013 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c: Monitor an Individual Host
 
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This demonstration shows you how to monitor an individual host, including CPU, memory, and network utilization, incidents, compliance, log file alerts and other targets on this host. Copyright © 2012 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
JOverflow: Advanced Heap Analysis in Java Mission Control
 
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Large Java applications tend to be memory-hungry. Most profiling tools tell users which data structures consume memory but don't tell whether that's good or bad or how to improve the situation. JOverflow, a recent extension to Java Mission Control, analyzes a heap dump automatically, looking for known bad memory usage patterns. It detects empty and underused collections, duplicated strings, unused data fields, and several other issues. What's more, for many of these problems, the tool can suggest a fix by analyzing application code together with the heap dump and thus save the developer hours of tedious and unrewarding work. Learn more in this session. Copyright © 2013 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Thread dump analysis - HotSpot JVM - Java heap depletion
 
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Thread Dump analysis - HotSpot JVM - Java heap depletion Reference article: http://javaeesupportpatterns.blogspot.com/2011/11/how-to-analyze-thread-dump-part-1.html
Oracle weblogic performance tuning
 
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This is a short tutorial on how to improve the performance of Oracle Weblogic server. This will make the console and Enterprise manager portal rendering faster.
Views: 23413 Ashok Singh
OutOfMemoryError Java Heap Space Fix - Heap Dump Analysis VisualVM Tutorial
 
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In this tutorial I show you how and why a java.lang.OutOfMemoryError can occur when running a Java application. I also show you how to configure your application to perform a Java Heap Dump if an out of memory errors. Additionally; I perform heap dump analysis by importing it into a Java profiling tool such as VisualVM. This will help find the root cause. First I set the Java Heap size to 64m by changing the –Xms and –Xmx virtual machine arguments. What does –Xms stand for? This java virtual machine argument allows you to specify the initial size (bytes) of the java heap. What does –Xmx stand for? This java virtual machine argument allows you to specify the maximum size, in bytes, of the memory allocation pool. We set the java heap memory to such a small size that it can’t handle and save the amount of java objects being created. Once there is not enough memory left to allocate objects, the application will fail with an out of memory error. I then configure the application to perform a Heap Dump on java.lang.OutOfMemoryError by specifying the flag: XX:+HeapDumpOnOutOfMemoryError This heap dump will be present in your applications working directory. If you would like to change the output path of the heap dump you can specify it by passing the: -XX:HeapDumpPath I then proceed to execute the java application which has an infinite loop that will create and place objects on an Array list. The application eventually fell over and threw an OutOfMemoryError when we allocated a Brick Object and tried to place it in the list. The list was at its maximum capacity and tried to resize. An arraylist is backed by an array, which has a finite number of elements. Each time the list’s backing array has reached maximum capacity it defines a new array typically double the size and copies the old array’s contents over into the new array. Then the GC clears the old array. Unfortunately there was not enough room for the new backing array in the Java Heap which caused the application to crash. When the java failure occurred it left the java heap with file name pattern java_pid{process-id}.hprof, this file can then be imported into VisualVM Java profiler for analysis of the applications state when the out of memory error occurred. After importing the hprof file into VisualVM profiler we can analyse the java thread’s status and the memory allocation. We can see the last stack trace before the failure and the huge amount of Brick allocations. If your application ever crashes, it’s good to inspect the heap dump to find out what was going on. This will hopefully identify causes and will prevent future failures if you can put a fix in. If you work with a cloud based ephemeral file system, then you might not be able to create / access a heap dump, as the application’s file system is scrapped and a new application is started on failure. There are ways to work around this such as attaching a hard drive to the instance. It depends on the nature of the system. I hope you enjoyed the tutorial! Don’t forget to subscribe for more great tech videos! Thanks, Philip Eclipse VisualVM Launcher Integration Set-up Guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W60wvJ885iE&t Java Heap Dump Analysis – VisualVM Tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uubqc76h-jo VisualVM https://visualvm.github.io/ Eclipse Visual VM Integration https://visualvm.github.io/idesupport.html Java Profiling http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/technotes/guides/visualvm/profiler.html What are the -xms and -xmx parameters when starting JVMs? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14763079/what-are-the-xms-and-xmx-parameters-when-starting-jvms
Views: 5862 Philip Starritt
Java Stack and Heap - Java Memory Management
 
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https://www.guru99.com/java-stack-heap.html the following video demonstrates how memory is allocated in stack java & heap java. This is complete guide to Java memory management The JVM divided the memory into following sections. Heap, Stack, Code, Static. What is Stack Memory? Stack in java is a section of memory which contains methods, instance variables, and reference variables. What is Heap Memory? Heap is a section of memory which contains Objects and may also contain reference variables. Like, share and subscribe our channel for more videos. Watch more videos on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC19i1XD6k88KqHlET8atqFQ READ this as a book on Amazon by viewing at http://amzn.to/2han5hw Visit our website for more! www.guru99.com Read our blogs in https://www.guru99.com/blog/ FACEBOOK! Would you prefer to watch more about us? Like our page for more https://www.facebook.com/guru99com/ TWITTER! Tweet for us on Twitter with #guru99 and follow us on https://twitter.com/guru99com LinkedIn! Follow us here https://www.linkedin.com/company/guru99/ THANKS! We appreciate you reading this and hope you have a wonderful day! Sincerely, Guru99
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Java Tutorial - #8 - Stack and Heap: Memory Management
 
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Did you find this video helpful? If so, why not subscribe!? ► http://bit.ly/CognitiveSurge Build a free website using 33i.co (https://33i.co) - Fast & Simple Website Design | Website Builder The best shared web hosting: https://www.bluehost.com/track/karlhadwen/ The best simple cloud hosting for developers: https://m.do.co/c/426ceabcea09 In this video I will be going over the Java Stack and Java Heap. I will be explaining where objects and variables are stored. The fundamentals of this video will be going over memory management. In future videos I will be explaining how the garbage collector works--it's imperative to understand all of these fundamental concepts to fully take advantage of Java. Like the Cognitive Surge Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/cognitivesurge Follow me on Twitter (Feel free to tweet me questions!) https://twitter.com/karlhadwen
Views: 53607 Karl Hadwen
JVM Architecture Specification Basic The Method Area explained. Part1
 
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JVM Architecture Specification, The Method Area explained. Part1 From Oracle The Java Virtual Machine(JVM) has a heap that is shared among all Java Virtual Machine threads. The heap is the run-time data area from which memory for all class instances and arrays is allocated. The heap is created on virtual machine start-up. Heap storage for objects is reclaimed by an automatic storage management system (known as a garbage collector); objects are never explicitly deallocated. The Java Virtual Machine assumes no particular type of automatic storage management system, and the storage management technique may be chosen according to the implementor's system requirements. The heap may be of a fixed size or may be expanded as required by the computation and may be contracted if a larger heap becomes unnecessary. The memory for the heap does not need to be contiguous. A Java Virtual Machine implementation may provide the programmer or the user control over the initial size of the heap, as well as, if the heap can be dynamically expanded or contracted, control over the maximum and minimum heap size. The following exceptional condition is associated with the heap: If a computation requires more heap than can be made available by the automatic storage management system, the Java Virtual Machine throws an OutOfMemoryError. qa.zariga.com JVM spécification d'architecture de base La zone Méthode expliqué. part1 JVM体系结构规范基本方法区。第一部分 JVM Architecture Specification Basic Die Methode Gebiet erklärt. Teil1
Views: 34607 Zariga Tongy
Stack and Heap memory in java basic knowledge
 
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the things which we ignore the most often become the most important . Here's a basic understanding on heap and stack memory in java.
Views: 78457 Prashun Das
Core Java With OCJP/SCJP:JVM Architecture  Part- 5|| heap area || method area
 
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How to change Java's maximum heap size
 
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Environment Variables Variable Name- _JAVA_OPTIONS Variable Value- -Xmx4096M The Value can be changed to whatever size you need just make sure that the value is in megabytes . Variable Name- Path Variable Value- %PATH%;(add the path to your java here and remove parenthesis ex: %PATH%;C:\ProgramFiles\Java\jre1.8.0_92\bin)
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A Deep Dive into Java Performance Analysis with Advanced Toolsets
 
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"Tackling performance issues on modern hardware has become a complex activity due to new multicore topologies, varieties of cache systems, and advanced microarchitecture optimizations. The choice of a proper tool can be a key to resolving critical bottlenecks. Some of the issues can be identified only with specialized tools such as those that have access to processor events. This session gives an overview of existing performance analysis tools for Java and highlights the enhanced analysis capabilities of two advanced toolsets: Oracle Solaris Performance Analyzer and Intel VTune Amplifier XE. It covers features of each, shares analysis methodologies that use these toolsets, and provides real case examples based on the speakers' experience." Copyright © 2013 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
IBM Support Assistant Garbage Collection and Memory Visualizer tool
 
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GCMV provides analysis and views of your applications verbose gc output. GCMV uses a powerful statistical analysis engine which provides tuning recommendations in these areas: - Memory Leak Detection Detect Java heap exhaustion and memory leaks Detect "native" (malloc) heap exhaustion and memory leaks - Optimizing garbage collection performance Analyze output from different gc modes (optthruput, optavgpause, gencon, balanced ) Compare output from multiple logs -- side by side Determine gc overhead, detect long or frequent gc cycles and causes Recommend settings to avoid long or frequent gc cycles Recommend optimum gc policy - Fine tuning of Java heap size Determine peak and average memory usage Recommend Java heap settings Flexible user interface makes it possible to carry out further analysis of the data and to "drill down" into the causes of trends and export of data into .csv or jpeg Oracle Java Mission Control (JMC) is free for development use only. JMC does provide data visualization, but it does not make tuning recommendations, nor does it compare various run results side by side. This is a major usability issue.
Views: 7709 IBMadvantage
Ode to the Heap table
 
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The heap table.... shouldn't be the only choice for your table structure. So we put it to music :-) ========================================­­­­============== Copyright © 2016 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Other names may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the “Materials”). The Materials are provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
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Core Java With OCJP/SCJP:JVM Architecture  Part- 6|| stack memory
 
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HOW TO INCREASE ECLIPSE HEAP MEMORY SIZE DEMO
 
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Алексей Шипилёв — Прагматика Java Memory Model
 
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Ближайшая Java-конференция JPoint 2019 состоится 5-6 апреля в Москве. Сайт конференции: http://bit.ly/2zuONQw Встреча JUG.ru c Алексеем Шипилёвым из Oracle — Прагматика Java Memory Model. 6 февраля 2014 года. Это самая первая (необкатанная) версия доклада, есть неточности, опущения и алогичности, лучше возьмите свежак отсюда: http://shipilev.net/#jmm, да английский транскрипт посмотрите: http://shipilev.net/blog/2014/jmm-pragmatics/
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James Brotherston - An Introduction to Separation Logic
 
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Dr James Brotherston presents his talk on "An Introduction to Separation Logic" at Oracle Labs in Brisbane Australia. James Brotherston University College London In this talk, I introduce separation logic, a popular formalism for verifying pointer programs that is now seeing use in industrial-strength verification tools such as Facebook's Infer (fbinfer.com). Like other program logics, separation logic is built from three main components: (1) a programming language; (2) a language of logical assertions for talking about program states; and (3) a language of program judgements (here, Hoare triples) for relating programs to assertions. The characteristic feature of separation logic is its use of the separating conjunction (*) in its assertion language to denote disjoint portions of heap memory. Since the commands of our language act only locally on memory, a version of the well-known frame rule holds in separation logic, which enables us to construct proofs of whole programs compositionally from proofs of its component procedures. James Brotherston - http://www0.cs.ucl.ac.uk/people/J.Brotherston.html Oracle Labs Australia - https://labs.oracle.com/locations/australia
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Java Heap Dump Analysis - VisualVM Tutorial
 
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In this tutorial I show you how to use VisualVM to perform a Java Heap Dump snapshot in a live executing Java application in eclipse IDE. Ahem… Let me ask…First….What is Java VisualVM? Java VisualVM is a tool that provides a visual interface for viewing detailed information about Java applications while they are running on a Java Virtual Machine (JVM), and for troubleshooting and profiling these applications. This includes objects allocated on the Heap, Thread state, Execution environment information, Stack etc. Great for debugging dog slow applications!! Ok cool, now what is a Heap Dump? A heap dump is a snapshot of the memory of a Java Process at a single point in time. This contains data about Java objects, classes in the heap, class, fields, references, class loader names, static content, Thread Stacks etc. And... Why would I create a Heap Dump? There are many, but here are my two favourites. When performing performance analysis on an application, performing a heap dump during certain execution phases will provide you will critical information on the state of the Java Process, such as object allocation on the heap and thread states. Second, when an application crashes due to a Java java.lang.OutOfMemoryError, you can enforce the JVM to perform a snapshot and capture the application’s state via a heap dump. This heap dump will typically be placed into a java_pid*[id].hprof file. You can then load the heap dump file into a visualizer to understand the java applications state – this provides a good insight and clue into why the program crashed. Although if your application is running on a cloud based ephemeral file system this may be tricky. But the majority of applications that require a heap dump for analysis are most likely not in the cloud and rather dedicated high performance data centers. Last one… You mentioned compressed Oops, whats that? Ill create another video but read this for now chum. http://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/technotes/guides/vm/performance-enhancements-7.html Don’t forget to subscribe for more tech content! Cheers! Philip Links Eclipse VisualVM Launcher Integration Set-up Guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W60wvJ885iE VisualVM https://visualvm.github.io/ Eclipse Visual VM Integration https://visualvm.github.io/idesupport.html Java Profiling http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/technotes/guides/visualvm/profiler.html
Views: 5965 Philip Starritt
CON1521 The Java Memory Model for Practitioners
 
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At first glance, writing concurrent programs in Java seems like a straightforward task. But the devil is in the details. Fortunately, these details are strictly regulated by the Java memory model, which, roughly speaking, decides what values a program can observe for a field at any given time. Without respecting the memory model, a Java program might behave erratically and yield bugs that occur only on some hardware platforms. This presentation summarizes the guarantees that are given by Java’s memory model and teaches how to properly use volatile and final fields or synchronized code blocks. Instead of discussing the model in terms of memory model formalisms, the presentation builds on easy-to follow Java code examples. Speaker: Rafael Winterhalter, software engineer, Bouvet ASA Rafael works as a software engineer in Oslo, Norway. He is a proponent of static typing and a JVM enthusiast with particular interests in code instrumentation, concurrency and functional programming. Rafael blogs about software development, regularly presents at conferences and was pronounced a Java One Rock Star. When coding outside of his work place, he contributes to a wide range of open source projects and often works on Byte Buddy, a library for simple runtime code generation for the Java virtual machine.
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Splunk for Oracle WebLogic Server Screencast
 
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To Download: http://splunk-base.splunk.com/apps/72283/splunk-for-oracle-weblogic-server For More Information: http://www.function1.com Description Splunk for Oracle WebLogic Server provides the ability to monitor and troubleshoot your WebLogic Server (WLS) infrastructure by dynamically collecting data from various sources within your WLS environment and interacts with AdminServer(s) as well as Managaged and Unmanaged nodes. The app contains a Topology Overview of all your domains and applications, in addition to a series of dynamically populated and linked views that are easy to understand, allowing users to acutely drill-down to a WLS instance level, a specific application within an instance, as well as instances and applications within a domain. Brought to you by... Splunk for Oracle WebLogic Server is brought to you by Function1, a Splunk Powered Partner! Overview (1.0 Beta) The Splunk for Oracle Weblogic Server app presents a holistic overview of your entire WLS Infrastructure from the top down. This app exposes information that is typically unavailable through the Weblogic console, and aggregates your entire WLS deployment within your enterprise into a series of intuitive and logical views. Please note, this is a beta release. Features: WLS Domain: Deployed applications WLS Domain: Machines hosting WLS servers in the selected domain WLS Domain: Java Message Service (JMS) instances WLS Domain: JDBC data sources WLS Domain: JVM heap size WLS Domain: Deployed Applications list with corresponding status WLS Domain: Java Messaging Service (JMS) queue status showing pending messages and current messages WLS Domain: Request queue status showing pending requests, total threads, and hogging threads WLS Domain: JDBC data sources list showing active connections WLS Machine: Errors, alerts, and warnings from WLS log files WLS Machine: domains existing on the machine WLS Machine: service CPU Load (min, max, and average) WLS Applications: servers existing on the machine WLS Applications: Applications deployed on the machine WLS Applications: Memory Available WLS Applications: JVM heap size (for both machine and server level) WLS Applications: current status WLS Applications: domains the application is deployed to WLS Applications: servers the application is deployed to WLS JMS Queue: Status WLS JMS Queue: Destination count WLS JMS Queue: Current connection count WLS JMS Queue: Total Connections over time WLS JMS Queue: Messages received over time WLS JMS Queue: Pending messages over time
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Алексей Шипилёв — О чём молчат Heap Dump-ы
 
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Алексей Шипилёв, Oracle — О чём молчат Heap Dump-ы Доклад на Java-конференции Joker 2013 Санкт-Петербург, 15.10.2013 Программисты — как дети, всегда пытаются разломать свои любимые игрушки, чтобы понять, как же те работают. Некоторым детям, правда, действительно нужно знать, сколько лишних деталек напихали туда глупые конструкторы. Для возмужавших детей — этот доклад. Возмужавшие дети (tm) обычно берут в руки heap dump и начинают ковыряться в нём отвёрточкой. Но heap dump — это так же надёжно, как информация, выбитая из пленного партизана. Он «сдаст» вам координаты аэродрома с кукурузниками, а найдёте вы там пустое кукурузное поле. Нам нужно взять объекты тёпленькими прямо в рабочей JVM, где они живут своей подпольной жизнью. Только так мы сможем в деталях рассмотреть, как разложены поля, как разложены объекты в памяти, как их связи влияют на укладку, как и когда они меняют места дислокации, пуская пыль в глаза честным разработчикам. Очная ставка с захваченными за линией фронта объектами гарантируется!
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Dealing with JVM Limitations in Apache Cassandra
 
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The Cassandra distributed database runs on the JVM, which is a huge productivity boost in many ways. However, the more you care about performance, the less you can afford to let abstractions such as I/O and memory management exist as black boxes. This session covers how Cassandra has gone beyond the interfaces provided by the JVM to achieve higher performance in three areas: (1) how Cassandra uses platform-specific features such as posix_fadvise, munmap, and mlock; (2) how memory management is tuned to avoid pain points in real-world Java garbage collection; and (3) how Cassandra uses the JDK's instrumentation hooks to measure the real size of on-heap structures and make better decisions about what to keep in memory. Copyright © 2013 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
The G1 GC in JDK 9
 
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Erik Helin, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Oracle The G1 garbage collector is the default garbage collector in JDK 9. This session presents the goals of the G1 garbage collector, how it achieves them, and how it differs from the other garbage collectors in OpenJDK. The first part of the presentation explains the idea behind generational region-based memory management and how G1 can achieve good throughput while still meeting a pause-time goal. The second part then focuses on improvements made to G1 coming in JDK 9 and also gives a sneak peek at some of the features coming post-JDK 9.
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Oracle Database 12c demos: In-Memory Column Store Monitored with Enterprise Manager
 
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The demonstration illustrates how to handle In-Memory Column Store with Enterprise Manager Cloud Control.

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