How to find memory leaks in Java web application

See how to find memory leaks in a Java web application – get instant insight into the heap in your production Java applications with our low overhead managed memory profiler

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Compare Heap Snapshots

Quickly spot JVM Profiler Memory issues by using the Memory Profiler to take individual snapshots of the heap and save these locally. A memory snapshot captures profiling data on allocated objects. Snapshots can easily be compared and differences highlighted to analyze memory usage


Analyze GC Roots – JVM Profiler Memory

Identify memory leaks, using the GC Root analysis feature. A Memory leak is achieved when object(s) retain memory and cannot be collected because they are referenced from other live objects (due to a defect in the application). Every leaked object is accessible from at least one GC Root or is a GC Root. Each leaked object has a path that starts from GC Roots and contains (ends with) the leaked object.

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