ysr1729 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 20 17:03:16 PDT 2013
[Apologies for abusing an existing thread :-/ I changed the subject line]
Is there an answer? Or was it a slow osmotic drift towards NPG, so no
clear boundary can be defined?
In that case, the question might be modified to: in which JDK/HSX
release was the former Perm Gen removed from the JVM? If no one
recalls, I'll commence some archeology, pick-axe and all.
A related hsx mercurial question: I see tags for hsx versions/builds
such as hs23-b02 or hs24-b04 (for example), but none for the "dot"
releases such as "hs23.5-b02" or "hs24.2-b06". Are those dot tags not
possible because the dot releases are branches off of the non-dot
parent along with cherry-picked cangesets from the main trunk, or in
addition to those in the main trunk? I suppose there are no public hsx
"dot" repos, right?
On Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 12:49 PM, Srinivas Ramakrishna
<ysr1729 at gmail.com> wrote:
> One somewhat weakly related question (pardon the abuse of this thread,
> but I figured it might be easy to get a quick response since we are on
> the topic of NPG :-) : In what release of HS (HSXX.X-BXX) did NPG get
> -- ramki
>>> ... metaspace memory ...
>>> ... metaspace ...
>>> MaxMetaspaceSize ...
>>> ... -XX:MaxMetaspaceSize ...
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