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Load Balancing & Clustering

 
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Hi!

Can any buddy help me to know-

How to come out of a situation like heap memory full?
Is it possible to allot more memory space?
What are the alternatives to solve the first problem?

Can any one throw light on Load Balancing & Clustering!!
Any tutorial will be a great help.
 
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You can let Java to use more memory but it is not the ultimate solution, you should first check and see whether you have some memory leak or something and then try to use more memory. for example -Xmx3584m let the JVM instance to give JVM more memory. To solve such problems you can use profilers like yourKit or JProfiler, etc.

For load balancing and clustering, take a look at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Load_balancing_(computing) and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cluster_(computing)



 
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Masoud can you explain how I can check the memory leak.

Thanks for the information.
 
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