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Hashtable$Entry is referenced by ? [message #23658] Tue, 26 July 2005 08:21 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: jan.luciad_nospam.com

Hi !

When showing the "object references" view of the profiling data I find a
number of objects referenced by Hashtable$Entry. Unfortunately I can't
expand that element in the view to find out which object is actually
referencing Hashtable$Entry.

Does somebody know how I can find this out ? Thanks !

Jan
Re: Hashtable$Entry is referenced by ? [message #23812 is a reply to message #23658] Thu, 28 July 2005 01:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eugene Chan is currently offline Eugene Chan
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Hi Jan,

You can collect object reference information by click on the 'Collect Object
Reference' button in the Profiling Monitor View toolbar, or in context menu
on the profiling object (eg. process) you are profiling.

Eugene

"Jan Goyvaerts" <jan@luciad_nospam.com> wrote in message
news:dc4rqg$co6$1@news.eclipse.org...
> Hi !
>
> When showing the "object references" view of the profiling data I find a
> number of objects referenced by Hashtable$Entry. Unfortunately I can't
> expand that element in the view to find out which object is actually
> referencing Hashtable$Entry.
>
> Does somebody know how I can find this out ? Thanks !
>
> Jan
Re: Hashtable$Entry is referenced by ? [message #23974 is a reply to message #23812] Thu, 28 July 2005 16:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: jan.luciad_nospam.com

Hi Eugene,

Thanks for helping me out !

I thought I did that already. To make sure I did, I tried it. With the
same result.

I can follow the references of an object to Hashtable$Entry and there it
stops. There is no icon to expand the node any further. But when I look
to which objects are referencing Hashtable for example, then I see a
list of objects. I guess the one I'm looking for is amongst then. But I
would really like to go further then the Hashtable$Entry to be sure
which one it is.

Maybe it's the install that is wrong ? Or is this a known issue ? Maybe
inner classes are not supported ?

Linux Fedora Core 3
Sun JDK 1.4.2_08
Eclipse 3.1
TPTP 4.0 (tptp.runtime-TPTP-4.0.0-200507181519)

Are you able to check for the references of Hashtable$Entry. (Or
HashMap$Entry)

Jan

Eugene Chan wrote:
> Hi Jan,
>
> You can collect object reference information by click on the 'Collect Object
> Reference' button in the Profiling Monitor View toolbar, or in context menu
> on the profiling object (eg. process) you are profiling.
>
> Eugene
>
> "Jan Goyvaerts" <jan@luciad_nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:dc4rqg$co6$1@news.eclipse.org...
>
>>Hi !
>>
>>When showing the "object references" view of the profiling data I find a
>>number of objects referenced by Hashtable$Entry. Unfortunately I can't
>>expand that element in the view to find out which object is actually
>>referencing Hashtable$Entry.
>>
>>Does somebody know how I can find this out ? Thanks !
>>
>>Jan
>
>
>
Re: Hashtable$Entry is referenced by ? [message #40798 is a reply to message #23974] Wed, 16 November 2005 13:22 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: kevin.mcmanus.dds.mediaocean.com

Hi All,

I am having the same issue, and the app that I'm profiling has numerous
HashMaps. So, it becomes a matter of guesswork to determine which
HashMap instance refers to which Entry.

So, in "Referenced By" mode, I see the following, where the Entry is a
leaf, not showing the HashMap, or [Entry, which references it.

MyClass.185761
|
|-----> HashMap$Entry.202499


Using Memory Statistics I can determine that instances of my class exist
when they should not, but not what is keeping the in memory.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Kevin

I am having the same

Jan Goyvaerts wrote:
> Hi Eugene,
>
> Thanks for helping me out !
>
> I thought I did that already. To make sure I did, I tried it. With the
> same result.
>
> I can follow the references of an object to Hashtable$Entry and there it
> stops. There is no icon to expand the node any further. But when I look
> to which objects are referencing Hashtable for example, then I see a
> list of objects. I guess the one I'm looking for is amongst then. But I
> would really like to go further then the Hashtable$Entry to be sure
> which one it is.
>
> Maybe it's the install that is wrong ? Or is this a known issue ? Maybe
> inner classes are not supported ?
>
> Linux Fedora Core 3
> Sun JDK 1.4.2_08
> Eclipse 3.1
> TPTP 4.0 (tptp.runtime-TPTP-4.0.0-200507181519)
>
> Are you able to check for the references of Hashtable$Entry. (Or
> HashMap$Entry)
>
> Jan
>
> Eugene Chan wrote:
>
>> Hi Jan,
>>
>> You can collect object reference information by click on the 'Collect
>> Object
>> Reference' button in the Profiling Monitor View toolbar, or in context
>> menu
>> on the profiling object (eg. process) you are profiling.
>>
>> Eugene
>>
>> "Jan Goyvaerts" <jan@luciad_nospam.com> wrote in message
>> news:dc4rqg$co6$1@news.eclipse.org...
>>
>>> Hi !
>>>
>>> When showing the "object references" view of the profiling data I find a
>>> number of objects referenced by Hashtable$Entry. Unfortunately I can't
>>> expand that element in the view to find out which object is actually
>>> referencing Hashtable$Entry.
>>>
>>> Does somebody know how I can find this out ? Thanks !
>>>
>>> Jan
>>
>>
>>
>>
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