I have seen that MAT is removing unreachable Objects from the Heap dump
while loading it initial. I wonder if any statistics on those are
available. We had some problems with GCs where a major collection was not
running for hours (good) but that also lead to a large number of not
finalized Objects. Looking at the dead objects in the Heap (at least a
histogramm) would be cool).
One option would be to just print a histogramm of the removed classes,
another would be to somehow make them more inspectable. Maybe create a
virual "finalizer queue" ...
I have some troubles in using eclipse-jee-europa-winter-win32.
The process eclipse.exe, not the process javaw.exe,
consumes all cpu resources when I open or close or save java files.
But there is nothing when I operate on the other types files.
And there is no virus in my PC, the other applications are also OK.
I am worrying about this. It makes me inefficient.
What can I do? Thanks a lot!
BTW, I tried somethings:
1. reinstall the eclipse
2. download eclipse from eclipse.org
3. use the other version