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    sankarguru is offline Member
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    Question Memory leakage problem

    Hi all,
    How to avoid memory leakage problrm in Java,
    according to our design , we are creating lots of objects for every request, so we are getting memory out exception..

    Give me some solutions

    Thanks in advance

    Sankarguru.T

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    By making sure you don't hang to references to the instances outside of the necessary scope. Nothing else.

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    Another solution - you can give more memory to the JVM instance.
    the cmd line will look like: java -Xmx1300m -cp ....

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    As masijade said, make sure any references are removed when the objects go out of scope or are not required any more - particularly references in static lists and references held in long-lived objects, e.g. as listeners/observers.

    You could try using the Flyweight Design Pattern to minimize memory use by sharing as much as possible between objects.

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