What values do use for MaxTenuringThreshold?

Y Srinivas Ramakrishna Y.S.Ramakrishna at Sun.COM
Fri May 30 12:39:02 PDT 2008



Please ignore this:-

> There is probably a small class of very specific applications (such as
> seen sometimes in telecoms -- and occasionally in certain ecommerce
> settings as Peter will attest -- where there is no state associated with
> very short-lived transactions for example) which are essentially
> non-generational in the time-scale of the scavenges. At a finer time-scale
> I am sure some generational behaviour would emerge even in these
> applications.

What I described above certainly conforms to the accepted definition of
"generational behaviour" -- most objects die young -- in this case
it turns out that the small fraction of objects that do not die very young die in middle
age; they are not "long-lived" for some notion of "long".

In fact this would be a highly generational application that never needs
to use the older generation.

I guess i entangled generational configurations and generational behaviour
and hence my confused ramblings for which my apologies ... :-)
-- ramki
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