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Message Posted: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 @ 22:10:11 GMT


     
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Subj:   Re: JDBC out of memory problems
 
From:   Cornelius Meade

This sure sounds like you have some sort of memory leak occurring somewhere. It could be in your application code or just as possibly in some NT program/service code. I have not had your specific problem but I have seen similar symptoms on various platforms and generally some program has been at the root which is not releasing memory when it probably should. Depending on what types of debugging tools you have available to you, the culprit may be hard to spot and as such, may take time to track down. You may want to consider scheduling a start/stop of the necessary services or even a re-boot of the NT server on a periodic basis if there is an opportune time that you can do this on a routine basis which will have minimal impact to your users. This may give you the breathing room to go on what may end up being an extended hunt....



     
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