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Hi All

There are memory leak problem in my application(Java Application).I want to know the best freeware tool for detect where is memory leak (Any kind) by using .
OS:windows XP
Plateform:java


[ September 15, 2008: Message edited by: john Max ]
 
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Hi John,

What IDE are you using? Eclipse for example comes with a memory profiler.
 
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And if you are using Netbeans, you should have a look at http://www.netbeans.org/kb/articles/nb-profiler-uncoveringleaks_pt1.html
 
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First of all thanks for reply

I am using the MyEclipse 6.0.1 GA.
 
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Since this question is about tools, I'll move it to our tools forum.
 
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Hi John,

You should be able to use the one in Eclipse then, it's part of the TPTP platform (a series of separate plug-ins that you'll need to install).

See Their webpage for details (make sure you install the right version for your eclipse).

Hope that helps!
 
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Thanks Martijn


I hope it would helpful for my project to test memory leak.
 
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There are also some tools included with the JDK: JConsole (I think it was added in JDK 5) and now also VisualVM, which was added in JDK 6 update 7 (you can also download it separately if you're using an older Java version).
 
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