Topic:   What would be the impact if we not destroy the IData cursor
Jun 25, 2014 02:42 10 Replies 957 Views Raj Kumar
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    idnkx user

    Raj Kumar

    What would be the impact if we not destroy the IData cursor

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    Tomas

    if not destroyed then heapdumps ll get formed

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    idnkx user

    Raj Kumar

    tomasidn, do you mean that, if IDataCursor will not be destroyed then sometime somewhere it will cause java heap size issue ..

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    idnkx user

    Srinik

    Garbage collector will take care

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    idnkx user

    Raj Kumar

    srinik, without destroying the IDataCursor, how the eligible object (instance of IDataCursor) will become reachable object for garbage collector?

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    Tomas

    very true. ..fornation of these heapsumps results in out of memory exception ..we faced this kind of problem..very recently we closed idatacursor .now heapdumps issue is reduced to large extent..

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    Raj Kumar

    So, did u checked or did any change to server.sh file config data --> dataDump OutOfMemory=False and increased the heapsize ?

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    Tomas

    no..we just closed idatacursor and vector array for all the javaservers....bcz that was. the one od the cauae forheapdump..bcz increaasing heapsize is. not a ideal choice all the times..if datasize is lsrge then we can go for that.....

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    idnkx user

    Raj Kumar

    Yes, we also approaching the same .. Thanks !

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