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Re: Fw: JVM footprint


From: kotesh
Subject: Re: Fw: JVM footprint
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2001 17:58:57 +0530

Each attachCurrentThread JNI Call is consuming nearly 19Mb resident Memory .
Is threads are that much costly in JDK1.2 or 1.3??

--kotesh


----- Original Message -----
From: "Nicola Pero" <address@hidden>
To: "kotesh" <address@hidden>
Cc: <address@hidden>
Sent: Sunday, October 28, 2001 9:47 AM
Subject: Re: Fw: JVM footprint


>
> Ahm - this is more like a general problem of Java ... Java takes a lot of
> memory and ... well I'm not sure there's something you can do about it.
>
> I just tried writing a micro java program which sleeps five seconds and
> exits ... on my machine to run it takes 8 threads recorded using 140 Mb of
> virtual memory each, though in reality each of them takes `only' 5.8 Mb of
> resident memory size.  This is pretty consistent with running
> java/Testing/ObjC/obj/JavaTest, which - after starting the JVM - takes 5
> threads recorded at 73 Mb each ... though each takes only 6.2 Mb of
> resident memory size.
>
> So I'm not surprised you get a footprint of 57Mb.  It is important to
> determine which is the RSS though - it's probably around 5 Mb.
>
> About your questino - yes, you can pass options to the JVM when you start
> it (see the documentation for JNI_CreateJavaVM) - you can probably put
> them in by modifying java/Source/NSJavaVirtualMachine.m - and your JVM
> might have options to determine memory constraints, but I suspect it's not
> going to help at all ... and even if you are able to run it in less
> memory, that might well make it hugely slower.
>
>
> >  How to reduce the initial foot print( memory) of JVM embedded in a
> >  ObjectiveC component(AlarmServer) through JNI.The objectiveC component
is
> >  showing around 36Mb with 1.1.8 JRE and 57Mb with 1.3 JRE. It looks
strange
> >  to me when the java class prints 3M as the VM size.I have used
> >  getTotalMemory() method to print the size of VM.
> >
> >  Are there any settings we can do at JNI  inorder to reduce initial
memory
> >  consumption of JVM ??
> >
> >  Any help is greatly appreciated..




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