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Maverick Topgun
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Joined: Dec 21, 2005
Posts: 1
Hi Folks,


This is the only information I have at hand. Could someone please point out
possibilities of what is going wrong and what I could do to ammend them?
Noticing that many threads are going idle for a long time. Could it be the
failure to get rid of them and their eventual piling up that boggling down the
JVM? If so, could I do something from a configuration/installation of patch
standpoint or would it be more of a fix from the application code?


Thanks, Maverick



Roseanne Zhang
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Joined: Nov 14, 2000
Posts: 1953
If you have a way to run your native code without the JVM stuff, it will really help.

I guess you should be able to do so.

Obviously, your native code has problems.
 
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