|Java Heap Space Out of Memory wtih Websphere Admin Console|
In this situation you must bypass the administration console. If you want
to do that just edit the configuration file for the server, i.e. edit the
server.xml for that particular server, either the application server
process or the deployment manager process depending on what process suffers
from the memory problem.
edit the following attributes:
debugMode="false" disableJIT="false" genericJvmArguments="-Xquickstart"
runHProf="false" verboseModeClass="false" initialHeapSize="512"
The server.xml can be found here:
|MQ (websphere) connection issue java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError|
According to IBM, the NoClassDefFoundError exception can be due to a
missing jar: "Connector cannot find file jms.jar from the IBM WebSphere MQ
Java client libraries. Ensure that variable MQSERIES_JAVA_LIB in
start_connector.bat points to the IBM WebSphere MQ Java client library
|CORBA/iiop issue during migration to websphere liberty profile|
Liberty profile does not currently support RMI/IIOP. If you need that
feature, I recommend using the RFE process.
|Memory issue in R|
The basic answer is that the memory allocation function needs to find
contiguous memory for construction of objects (both permanent and
temporary) and other processes (R-process or others) may have fragmented
the available space. R will not delete an object that is being overwritten
until the load process is completed, so even though you think you may be
laying new data on top of old data, you are not.
|What could cause this memory issue?|
I don't think There is enough information to find the cause to your leak,
and without posting your entire solution I am not sure there can be, since
the question is about locating the root cause of it...
What I Can offer is the approach I have used when I had my own memory leak.
The technique was to:
Open a memory profiler. From your screenshot I see you are using one. I
used perfmon. This article has some material about setting perfmon and
@fmunkert also explains it rather well.
Locate an area in the code that you suspect that it is likely that the leak
is in that area. This part is mostly depending on you having good guesses
about the part of the code that is responsible for the issue.
Push the Leak to the extreme: Use labels and "goto" for isolating an area /
function and repeat th
|Memory issue in ios|
Its is very obvious if you will save more and more of images in database it
will give memory warning.Because its create a copy of the image and saving
it in database.
Just save the image in library and save there path in database or plist.
|java run out of memory issue|
Heap is only part of the equation. Have a look at total resident memory -
it includes heap and off heap contributions. Off heap includes mapped
JARs, thread stacks (~1MB per thread), perm gen, etc. SO has a number of
questions on how to do it on Linux.
|Azure IIS Memory issue...?|
A normal Azure WebRole does not encounter this issue, so this is something
specific to your app and I don't think anybody on here can just guess at
what it might be without lots of details about your application. I think
your best bet is to figure out what objects are taking up all the memory
and where they are rooted. It is likely one simple thing that can be
easily fixed in your code once you know what object is consuming the
memory. Check out the following 3 blog posts for some really good
walkthroughs on how to do this:
|MKMapView memory issue in iOS SDK|
If you push and pop the MKMapView in code over and over, you might want to
make sure that you are letting control back to iOS so that it can actually
release the view (Not putting the push and pop in a while(1) loop that is).
Maybe you should try turning off ARC and make explicit retain and release
calls to the map view and see if you get better results, just as an
|Out of memory issue Bitmap|
You need to compress the bitmap image using the compress method from the
Android bitmap class. I ran into this issue a while back and ended up
having to compress the images I was using..
Check out the description of the compress method at the link below. It
should be fairly straightforward. You just choose your format from the
enum's, the "quality", and the output stream.
|Memory Issue in my android application|
You seem to be loading large bitmaps in your activity and the device is
running out of memory. Here's a guide to displaying bitmaps properly in
|How did I solve this memory leak-ish issue?|
You are probably running unoptimized (in Debug mode, or with debugger
attached). In that case the JIT extends the lifetime of locals to the end
of the method to help with debugging.
With separate methods, the locals do only exist in a separate stack frame
which goes away quickly.
Try it in Release mode without debugger.
|Python3: Why i'm getting a UnicodeDecodeError or is this a Memory issue?|
Given your data & snippet, I would be surprised if this is a memory
issue. It's more likely the encoding: Python is using your system's default
encoding to read the file, which is "cp1252" (the default MS Windows
encoding), but the file contains byte sequences/bytes which cannot be
decoded in that encoding. A candidate for the file's actual encoding might
be "latin-1", which you can make Python 3 use by saying
A possibly similar issue is Python 3 chokes on CP-1252/ANSI reading. A nice
talk about the whole thing is here:
|iOS - can the number of delegates become a memory issue|
As long as the same main view is the delegate for all of your objects, the
only memory consumption in this pattern are your newly created objects.
The delegate references cost nothing in terms of reference, as they are
just pointers to your existing main view controller.
With that said, in some circumstances, people do create specialized objects
to act as delegates and if you follow that pattern (where you would
allocate and maintain a separate delegate object for each "other" object),
then you would see consumption and this pattern sometimes leads to leaks
depending on how ownership is managed/mismanaged.
But, for the case described above, it should not be a problem.
|Memory issue with large NSData|
I guess it can depend on the crash, but if it is a problem of lack of
memory (you can both be using too much memory or be creating too many
objects) it will crash the entire app.
You should try to test the app with smaller files and see how it behaves.
|Flex 3 Memory leak issue|
This will not solve your problem but I hope it helps.
First and foremost you are not getting anywhere just by looking and
refactoring code. You need hardcore data that proves that you have a leak,
which then will tell you what is leaking so you can fix it. From all the
memory profilers I've used the FlashBuilder one is still the best, the
IntelliJ one was not reliable a year and Adobe Scout only does performance
Start by your smallest modules and with the memory profiler open prove that
opening and closing a module (preferably in isolation of the main rig)
creates a leak. If that's the case I would start by removing ALL the code
from the module, and testing it again, add part by part which will lead you
to the lead eventually. You can use a best suspects search, where you fir
|memory leak issue in Backbonejs App|
Applications built using backbone often have memory leaks caused by
orphaned views. I deal with this by using marionette which manages my views
for me. Using backbone directly isn't a typical approach, as it's really a
toolkit upon which frameworks are developed.
|Memory warning & crash issue|
First check in .h file that you property-sythesized with retain or not if
with retain then set strong instead of retain like bellow..
@property ( nonatomic, strong) IBOutlet UITextField *yourTextField;;
|java 1.6 32-bit min and max heap memory issue|
In your case, the limit is most likely the 32 bit architecture and the way
that Windows is apportioning the virtual address space.
According to the Oracle JVM FAQ, you can only expect to get 1.4Gb to 1.6Gb
on a 32bit JVM on Windows.
|Joomla 2.5.14 mysql - memory issue|
A nice and easy way to get started is: turn Joomla debug on in the Global
Then reload the frontpage, and examine closely the output at the bottom of
There you will find the details of the memory used by each module, and the
list of queries run. This will give you a head start and limit the number
of items you need to debug (there will be a single module eating up all
If "after dispatch" is taking too long, then it could be either a plugin or
the component being shown on the page.
If nothing "notable" shows up here (a lot of queries, more than 50, or high
memory consumption, or long time for a single item, you might want to look
at the apache error_log and mysql log and verify system limits.
|Python: How to use a generator to avoid sql memory issue|
With MySQLdb, the default cursor loads the entire result set into a Python
list when the call to cursor.execute(..) is made. For a large query that
may cause a MemoryError whether or not you use a generator.
Instead, use an SSCursor or SSDictCursor. These will keep the result set on
the server side, and allow you to interate through the items in the result
set on the client side:
import MySQLdb.cursors as cursors
# You may of course want to define `self.gdbCursor` somewhere else...
conn = MySQLdb.connect(..., cursorclass=cursors.SSCursor)
# Set the cursor class to SSCursor here
self.gdbCursor = conn.cursor()
globalUserQuery = ur'''SELECT gu_name F
|express file upload memory issue|
Actually, I was getting the same problem, but I'd changed my default upload
directory. So, I changed it back that to default in express i.e. I changed
uploadDir: __dirname + "/public/images/tmp"
Then, I deployed the app, and it worked for me.
You might also want to look at the dependencies in your package.json file.
You can consult this link for detail
|Memory issue when storing images in byteArray|
It might be because your byte array is 2 dimensional, you only need one
dimension for loading an image using a byte array, and the second dimension
could potentially double the Ram needed as for each byte you would have an
empty but still existing byte that you don't use
|Classic ASP & SoftArtisans ExcelWriter Memory Issue|
It doesn't look like you're missing any garbage collection, however I work
for SoftArtisans (the company that produces ExcelWriter) and according to
our bug tracking, we did fix memory leaks in v2 and v3. Unforunately, those
versions are almost old enough to vote and no longer available (we're at
8). Feel free to contact us offline if you have questions:
|objective-c memory management issue in iPhone|
Instruments is great at finding what objects leaked. It isn't so good at
telling you the source of the leak. If this is object leaking, it's not
because of this code, but rather somewhere else in your code, you've
retained this currentNodeContent (perhaps added it to some other data
structure that never released it).
The static analyzer (shift+⌘+B or choosing "Analyze" on the Xcode
"Product" menu) sometimes can identify sources of leaks. I'd make sure you
get a clean bill of health there before even bothering with Instruments.
If you are still leaking, I'd look at what you did with currentNodeContent
in didEndElement, and look at your memory management from that point on.
You can also look at the Finding Leaks section of the Instruments User
Guide and see other suggestions (for e
|Memory issue in mono touch application|
When working with UIImage and UIImageView you should wrap your code into
using statements or dispose the images manually if you don't need them
anymore. The reason is that the managed version of UIImage basically only
consists of 4 bytes, a pointer to a memory region that holds the image
The image itself is unmanaged. This means that there is no pressure on the
GC because it only sees the managed world.
If you cannot do that because you need to hold all the image data in
memory, you'll need to rethink your design. iOS devices only have a very
limited amount of RAM and just because you can apply the full power of .NET
to the device, doesn't mean that you also should do that. Try to be a good
using(UIImage image = UIImage.FromFile(...))
// Process the image.
|when gridview have lots of items ,"out of memory" issue|
Maybe you're storing the blob as full size? If so, there's no need to do
that as you're wasting too much space and you're having these memory
issues. The users is not going to see the big image anyway, so redo your
image storing in order to store the scaled down images as blobs.
You're getting these OOE because you're loading the full blob byte array -
and the way it is now, you can't make use of the article from developer
Also, don't load the images in that Stock object as you're going to hold
them unnecessarily. Rather than that, use a bitmap loader mechanism that
keeps the images in a LRUCache and if not found in there, it loads them
from database. In your GridView adapter getView method request to load that
image. If found in LRUCache, get it from there, if not start an Asyn
|NSDictionary initWithContentsOfFile memory leak issue|
It looks to me like you're leaking your NSDictionary objects, as the static
analyzer indicated. You aren't storing the result of [[NSDictionary alloc]
initWithContentsOfFile:path] or of [[NSDictionary alloc]
initWithContentsOfFile:tutorialPath] anywhere so you can't send those
objects explicit release messages.
Try adding autorelease calls after creating those intermediate
_animDataDictionary = [[[[NSDictionary alloc] initWithContentsOfFile:path]
_tutorialAnimDataDictionary = [[[[NSDictionary alloc]
initWithContentsOfFile:tutorialPath] autorelease] objectForKey:@"frames"];
|Memory Issue - Large Poisson Matrices|
Well A+ for effort! But there is a way more efficient method for doing
this. You need sparse matrices. Try something like
n = 20;
e = ones(n^2,1);
o = e;
for i = n:n:n^2-1
o(i) = 0;
A = spdiags([-e -o 4*e -o -e], [-(n+1) -1 0 1 (n+1)], n^2, n^2);
if you really want to generate it yourself. I post this method so you can
learn how to make banded sparse matrices using general pracitce. But for a
Poisson matrix you can simply use the built in MATLAB one:
B = gallery('poisson',n);
To illustrate why you need sparse matrices, try checking the sparsity for
various values of n with
sparsity = nnz(B)/prod(size(B));
Increasing the number n to somewhere around 20 is when poisson matrices
really make a difference as they really are sparse (close to 1% are
nonzeros). All these zeros in
|Does RubyMotion 2.5 solve the memory management issue?|
The RM-3 bug mentioned in the article is specifically fixed in RubyMotion
2.4. RM 2.5 introduced rewritten dynamic variable handling which fixes the
other difficult-to-diagnose issues.
So, yes, I'd say the specific issues mentioned in that article have been
|CUDA Thrust memory allocation issue|
It would be useful to see a complete, compilable reproducer code.
However you're probably running into memory fragmentation.
Even though a large amount of memory may be reported as being free, it's
possible that it can't be allocated in a single large contiguous chunk.
This fragmentation will then limit the maximum size of a single allocation
that you can request.
It's probably not really a question of how you are freeing memory, but more
a function of what overhead allocations remain after you free the memory.
The fact that you are checking the mem info and getting a large number back
says to me that you are freeing your allocations correctly.
To try to work around this, one approach would be to manage and re-use your
allocations carefully. For instance, if you need a large 2.4G
|Memory issue with PDF Pages drawn to view iOS 6.1|
With ARC you still have to put some effort into managing Foundation
objects. You can release old page using CGPDFPageRelease. Or you can add
appropriate attribute to your pdfPage property declaration, as described in
|MKMapView with multiple overlays memory-issue|
The Answer to this is not "reusing" but to draw them all in to one
MKOverlayView and then draw that on the map.
Multiple MKPolygons, MKOverlays etc. cause heavy memory-usage when drawing
on the map. This is due the NOT reusing of overlays by MapKit. As
annotations have the reuseWithIdentifier, overlays however don't. Each
overlay creates a new layer as a MKOverlayView on the map with the overlay
in it. In that way memory-usage will rise quite fast and map-usage
becomes... let's say sluggish to almost impossible.
Therefore there is a work-around: Instead of plotting each overlay
individually, you can add all of the MKOverlays to one MKOverlayView. This
way you're in fact creating only one MKOverlayView and thus there's no need
This is the work-around, in this case for MKPolygon
|Memory issue while uploading multiple images to server|
Set up the cachePolicy of NSURLRequest to avoid cache, should be similar in
request.cachePolicy = NSURLRequestReloadIgnoringLocalCacheData
|out of memory issue in installing packages on Ubuntu server|
Extend your RAM by adding a swap file:
a swap file is a file stored on the computer hard drive that is used
as a temporary location to store information that is not currently
being used by the computer RAM. By using a swap file a computer has
the ability to use more memory than what is physically installed in
Login as root: su - or execute the commands with sudo in front
dd if=/dev/zero of=/swapfile1 bs=1024 count=524288
chown root:root /swapfile1
chmod 0600 /swapfile1
Now the swap file will be activated temporarily, but will be gone after
You should have enough RAM for your installing process
|'Catching' OutOfMemoryError completely solves out-of-memory issue?|
If you catch the OutOfMemoryError, the garbage collector tries to free up
the memory previously used and thus the application can carry on if the
application will let the garbage collector do its job (i.e. the application
has no longer a reference to that large string of yours).
However, catching an OutOfMemoryError is far from fool-proof. See Catching
|Programmatic custom cell memory leak issue|
if you are NOT using ARC just add an autorelease:
cell = [[[ConditionReportCustomCell alloc]
|Reg syncfusion grid dispose memory consumption issue|
Grid Control can be disposed by using "Dispose()" method. The Latest
version of syncfusion will dispose the grid controls without any memory
Kindly, check disposing the object with latest version.
|How to solve memory limit issue in shared host|
you can try to add your owen php.ini file in wich you specify :
memory_limit = 512M
to do so :
create a php.ini file in your root folder
add memory_limit = 512M
create .htaccess file and add this line :
SetEnv PHPRC /home/username/folder/php.ini
this will load your custom instructions in your php.ini
to make sure just run the
<?php phpinfo() ?>
|Memory leak issue in Universal Image Loader|
ImageLoader is not an Universal ImageLoader. Android is providing AQuery
for Image Loading.
You will find aQuery jar file from below link:
private AQuery androidAQuery;
androidAQuery = new AQuery(getActivity());
androidAQuery.id(your imageview).image(your image value, true, true,default