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Urgent problem with WAS 3.5

 
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Hi,
I am using WAS3.5 on Win 2000 with PTF 3 on it. using Oracle as the database in a two tiered architecture. Using DB2 7.1 for the WAS repository.
The Java.exe size of memory goes on increasing and increasing leading to a degradation in performance of the application. The CPU utilisation is also very high. the server at the end of the day needs to be rebooted.
Any help of any sorts will be of great help.
 
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Seems like you may have a memory leak some place.
I suggest using a performance monitoring tool like Resource Analyzer, Introscope etc or a profiler like JProbe to see where the leak might be.
 
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