[kaffe] Freeing jit temp data on demand (Was: Re: JavaLayer 0.3.0 works)
stack at cs.utah.edu
Tue Sep 16 12:26:12 PDT 2003
> Timothy Stack wrote:
> >>The memory usage seems to come from
> >>jit-temp-data: Nr 179 Mem 8980K, which doesn't get freed as it
> >>should be, so it's impossible to run with less then -mx 16M. I think the
> >>gc should try to free jit temp data when it runs out of memory. Tim,
> >>Helmer, what do you think?
> > The GC doesn't track this, its kept around in a pool which isn't freed if
> > it passes some threshold.
> So it would require either a change to the gc to track it (which I
> though it did, since the (re/de)allocations already happen through the
> gc interface) or a change in the jitter (jit3) to free temp data when
> it's not needed any more (after jitting a method? after a certain period
> of time?), right?
I've changed it to free most of the pool after the jit has completed, can
you cvs update and give it a go?
> dalibor topic
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