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How to measure the memory usage of your objects

Posted by damuchinni on February 16, 2009

A resource like memory is often the most scarce in high-end applications, reason why its critical to detect and optimize bottlenecks under such circumstances.

This post by Markus Kohler explores the concepts of garbage collection, retained set and dominator tree — applied to memory optimization — using the Eclipse Memory Analyzer.

Read Markus Kohler post ‘How to really measure the memory usage of your objects’:

http://kohlerm.blogspot.com/2009/02/how-to-really-measure-memory-usage-of.html

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