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Memory Leak Detection best practices [message #40984] Thu, 17 November 2005 05:17 Go to next message
Nirav Thaker is currently offline Nirav Thaker
Messages: 4
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi All,

TPTP is wonderful! but I'm in confusion, how will i detect memory leak in
our application with TPTP memory profiling, i can not take heap snapshot and
compare, I mean there is no moderately productive way of doing it, of course
i can do the comparision between two session, that's labourious, i'm in huge
application on appserver.

Is there anything i'm missing in TPTP.
Thanks

Nirav Thaker
Re: Memory Leak Detection best practices [message #41201 is a reply to message #40984] Thu, 17 November 2005 16:49 Go to previous message
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Registered: July 2009
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I know that there were talks of introducing a comparison engine in EMF.
This would of course greatly help us in providing a comparison engine for
profiling sessions. I'm not sure if the engine ever got committed to EMF.
This is a common feature that is often expected in profiling tools.
I recommend opening a feature with priority 1. We should essentially allow
the user to select two agents and use the context menu to select Compare
With >> Each Other. The difference between the two should then be
displayed.

Currently, the comparison has to be done manually. You have to start your
profiling session > take a heap snap shot > detach your agent > re-attach >
and take another heap snap shot. You would then have to do the comparison
between the two agents manually.

"Nirav Thaker" <nirav.thaker@c-sam.co.in> wrote in message
news:dlh3rf$8ip$1@news.eclipse.org...
> Hi All,
>
> TPTP is wonderful! but I'm in confusion, how will i detect memory leak in
> our application with TPTP memory profiling, i can not take heap snapshot
and
> compare, I mean there is no moderately productive way of doing it, of
course
> i can do the comparision between two session, that's labourious, i'm in
huge
> application on appserver.
>
> Is there anything i'm missing in TPTP.
> Thanks
>
> Nirav Thaker
>
>
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