Finding a memory leak with JProfiler

Thursday, April 23, 2009 | Posted by

In the screencast below, I show a strategy for solving memory leaks with JProfiler.

17 comments

  1. Hi..

    I want to know how activate the memory leak check box when i run JProfiler from Eclipse

    Tahnks

    Best Regards

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  2. Awesome video, exactly what I was looking for!

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  3. Very nice video article and presentation. keep it up
    Velu

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  4. Agree with others, great video!

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  5. what does the green and brown color signify, could you please comment over all the color barr. I sometimes see a deep red color partitioned by brown

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  6. thank you, sir! will help me a lot with my assignment.

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  7. simple and clear content

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  8. thanks for the video.. :-)

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  9. Thanks for this Video. It is helpful for my Application to identify Memory leak

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  10. Not able to view the video in chrome

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  11. awesome very helpful video

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  12. Thank you very much. This helped me to get started after I was feeling lost.

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  13. This seems to be a very helpfull video, but the video format seems to be invalid for Windows. Can you recommend a player.

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  14. this doesn't work with Chrome 64 bit for windows.Can not see the videos

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