Haiti Htd wrote:
I mean, when my application does not need lots of memory anymore, why does not JVM return it back to OS? How can I tell JVM to do that?
Haiti Htd wrote:Thank you... However, in my example, how can I free those ~452 MB of total memory? Because I need to run some instances of my application. But my Fedora just have about 1GB of RAM is free for applications to use. When I run 3 instances of my jar, Fedora hungs...
But the application is a console, I just have one System.out to print reports :-)
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