Monthly Archives: October 2017

Memory Mapped Buffer


Understanding the Memory Mapped Buffer To understand the memory mapped buffer we first need to understand the Java buffer pool. The Java buffer pool space is located outside of the garbage collector-managed memory. It’s a way to allocate native off-heap memory.  What’s the benefit of using a Java buffer pool? To answer this question, let’s firstly […]

Java Byte Buffer


Understanding Java Byte Buffer The Java buffer pool space is located outside of the garbage collector-managed memory. It’s a way to allocate native off-heap memory.  What’s the benefit of using a Java buffer pool? To answer this question, let’s firstly learn what byte buffers are. Java Byte Buffer Non-Direct Buffer java.nio package comes with the […]

Java Non-Direct Buffer


Understanding  Java Non-Direct Buffer The Java buffer pool space is located outside of the garbage collector-managed memory. It’s a way to allocate native off-heap memory.  What’s the benefit of using a Java buffer pool? To answer this question, let’s firstly learn what byte buffers are. Byte Buffer Non-Direct Buffer java.nio package comes with the Bytebuffer […]

garbage collector-managed memory


Understanding garbage collector-managed memory The Java buffer pool space is located outside of the garbage collector-managed memory. It’s a way to allocate native off-heap memory.  What’s the benefit of using a Java buffer pool? To answer this question, let’s firstly learn what byte buffers are. Byte Buffer Non-Direct Buffer java.nio package comes with the Bytebuffer […]