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hi all how can we determine memory leakage in a struts aplication, to check weather the aplication is using too much memory! or not closing connections after using them
this is in ref of my earlier mail (Help, struts aplication at Tomcat very slow ), im trying from this view plz look at that issue also, im requesting to all, specially to Tomcat/ struts oldhands. hope i will find some help at this fine place. thanx & regards rohit
Did you try any profiling tools on your application? Like eclipse profiler? It can point which class is dragging its feet. Then how can you be so sure its struts and not because of one of your classes?? Your application could be waiting for some database connection or is it accessing the database on another server - could be network latency issues?? If struts had memory leaks and such issues I dont think it would have got this wide an acceptance in the industry. Sorry I dont know how to help you in this - if my rambling sparks any discussion in this forum its well and good...else just consider its just a memory leak from me good luck in your work !!
Thanx venkat what i meant was actually memory leak for classsses, not for struts... right u r, im trying JProbe, lets see.. but defenitely thats a problem like hard nut, more suggetions r welcome at this topic.. thanx again rohit
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com