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histogram objects vs dominator tree entries [message #904498] Tue, 28 August 2012 14:34 Go to next message
Tim Thwing is currently offline Tim ThwingFriend
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I'm using MAT 1.2. While examining some heap dumps I noticed that for a particular class the dominator_tree shows 8,435 entries (242,152 filtered) and the Histogram shows the same class with 251,900 objects. Any ideas on why they are displayed differently and what entries mean compared to objects?

Thanks.
Re: histogram objects vs dominator tree entries [message #905621 is a reply to message #904498] Thu, 30 August 2012 19:00 Go to previous message
Tim Thwing is currently offline Tim ThwingFriend
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I believe I have found my answer. The 8,435 entries are the number of those specific objects (as seen when using a reg exp in the dominator_tree for a specified class name). The 251,900 objects represents the retained set that the 8,435 specific entries (instances of the specific class) keep around.
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