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Java byte buffer


Java byte buffer – what is the buffer pool? The 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 buffer pools? To answer this question, let’s firstly learn what byte buffers are. Java Byte Buffer Non-Direct Buffer java.nio package comes with […]

Java Buffer Pool Memory Space


Understanding the Java Buffer Pool Memory Space 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 […]

FusionReactor Lucee and Railo line performance


Introduction This technote is going to introduce the Lucee and Railo line performance plugins. The FusionReactor plugins allow you to profile the execution of ColdFusion CFML code at line level. This data can then be used to identify performance issues deep inside your ColdFusion pages and components and can be an invaluable tool for finding […]

Transaction Memory Values Explained


One of the metrics gathered by FusionReactor during the execution of a transaction (request) is the memory usage of the transaction. This is displayed on the Main tab in the transaction details page. Since FusionReactor 6 we have added the Transaction Allocated Memory value to these details. All of these numbers can be a little […]