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Free Memory Checker Tools For Java

 
Meir Yan
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is there tools like BoundsChecker for c++,but for java.
 
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What does BoundsChecker do besides look for out of bounds errors? Since Java doesn't allow direct memory access, this part of the tool wouldn't be needed.
 
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well i need basically tool that checks memory , not needed object creation ,
files reading and cpu usage and such ...
is there such tool , to check the application ? and make it better .
 
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i think i meant something like profiler i saw there is tool called JRockit 6 but its not free as i see .
what is the must used toold for this kind of tasks?
 
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JProfiler seems quite ok as a profiler for Java applications.
 
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