summary:Memory leak of Solaris JVM

From: Kun Li (likun@asiainfo.com)
Date: Mon Apr 24 2000 - 05:58:15 CDT


Hi, fellows

Got no useful information so far.
Only two replys , all interested in the version of the JVM has this
leak, but it's also what I am looking forward to know.

It's just a excerption from the release note of Veritas VCS, there's
no other information about this leak, what version , in what
environment ...

What I want to know is who know this bug ? Does this bug been
assigned a bugid ? Has anyone been involved in resolving it ?
How long will it been resolved ?

any information will be appreciated.

likun

Following the original question:
 Hello, everyone
>
> The following is excerpted from the Release Note of VERITAS Cluster
> Server (VCS) version 1.1.1 for Solaris 2.5.1, 2.6, and Solaris 7 :
>
> Software Limitations in VCS 1.1.1
> GUI
> We recommend not running the GUI for an extended period on a cluster
server
> system. The Solaris version of the Java Virtual Machine has a memory leak
> that
> can gradually consume the host systemí»s swap space. This leak does not
> appear on NT systems.
>
> Does anyone know the status of this bug ? which patch has covered this ?
>
> Any help will be great appeciated.
>



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