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ey-chih chow 2011-05-31, 17:38
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Scott Carey 2011-06-01, 01:26
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ey-chih chow 2011-06-09, 22:26
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Scott Carey 2011-06-09, 22:45
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Scott Carey 2011-06-09, 22:42
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Scott Carey 2011-06-09, 23:58
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Scott Carey 2011-06-10, 22:58
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Scott Carey 2011-06-01, 20:45
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ey-chih chow 2011-06-01, 22:21
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Re: avro object reuse
On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 1:45 PM, Scott Carey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Lower down this list of object counts, what are the top org.apache.avro.**
> object counts?
> How many AvroSerialization objects?  How many AvroMapper,  AvroWrapper, etc?
> What about org.apache.hadoop.** objects?

Also: is this jmap view of live objects, or just dump of ALL objects,
live and dead?
It seems like dump of latter, as most Jackson objects are short-term
things created for per-invocation purposes, and discarded after
process is complete. High count is not necessarily surprising for
high-throughput systems; it is only odd if these are actual live
objects.

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Scott Carey 2011-06-02, 00:45
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Tatu Saloranta 2011-06-02, 00:48
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Scott Carey 2011-06-02, 01:48
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ey-chih chow 2011-06-02, 17:23
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Scott Carey 2011-06-02, 21:14