Using SAP Memory Analyzer for Java memory leak detection


[Click to watch video of using SAP Memory Analyzer]

I recently had opportunity to use the SAP Memory Analyzer tool for analyzing an HPROF heap dump generated on OutOfMemory error in code. I found that its an excellent and user friendly tool for job of memory leak analysis with good documentation. Though i generally preferred to use JHAT for heap walking but i realized that this SAP tool is much more intuitive and memory leak detection in code was a breeze. The above video tutorial talks about using the version 1.1.1 (which happens to be the latest at this time). Highly recommended.

Comments

Markus Kohler said…
Hi,
Thanks for the nice review :)

For your information the SAP Memory Analyzer is currently being open sourced.
Check the Eclipse Memory Analyzer page at
http://www.eclipse.org/projects/project_summary.php?projectid=technology.mat


Regards,
Markus
Anonymous said…
hi the link above for the video:
[Click to watch video of using SAP Memory Analyzer]
gives 404 Not Found error.


Is there any other URL for the video?

Thanks
Nirmal

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