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Published: May 07 2013 / 13:17

Adding more memory to your JVMs (Java Virtual Machines) might be a temporary solution to fixing memory leaks in Java applications, but it for sure won’t fix the root cause of the issue. Instead of crashing once per day it may just crash every other day. “Preventive” restarts are also just another desperate measure to minimize downtime – but – let’s be frank: this is not how production issues should be solved. Based on a real life scenario we recently went through we discuss the 5 Steps it takes from analyzing to fixing memory issues in production environments.
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