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Memory leak problem

 
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hi
i am getting a memory leak problem, heap size is 1.4 GB and using memory analyzer to analyze the issue but got nothing.
i do not know much about weblogic please look the issue

i am taking a heap dump and getting this
weblogic.socket.DevPollSocketMuxer using shallow size=40 B and retained size=768.2 MB
weblogic.ejb20.cache.NRUCache using shallow size=112 B and retained size=533.6 MB

mostly out of 5 heap dumps ,i am getting weblogic.socket.DevPollSocketMuxer and weblogic.ejb20.cache.NRUCache which are taking most memory.
i do not know why i am getting this.
Memory Leak Problem
 
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rajats sharma wrote:
i am taking a heap dump and getting this
weblogic.socket.DevPollSocketMuxer using shallow size=40 B and retained size=768.2 MB
weblogic.ejb20.cache.NRUCache using shallow size=112 B and retained size=533.6 MB

Memory Leak Problem



You are running on Solaris, right?

weblogic.socket.DevPollSocketMuxer , I can tell you, these are the muxer threads which listen for incoming/forwarding request.

Give us some more idea about the issue, how did you determine that there is a memory leak problem? Do you get OutOfMemory ? How are you taking the heap dump or heap dump is generated with the java options ? Which tool are you using to analyze the heapdump?

 
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