Using linear regression to detect memory leaks

July 19, 2016

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Using linear regression to detect memory leaks

The aim of this document is to talk about one of the most important problems that affect application servers based on the Java Virtual Machine, memory leaks.

“…a memory leak belongs to a class of situations called software aging problems. Software aging defines the loss of performance over the time because of the gradual accumulation of little problems. Other term within this kind of problem is the rejuvenation process. For example, rejuvenation happens when the system has to be restarted in order to free the memory accumulated by a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) process after a period of time…”

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Using linear regression to detect memory leaks

Raul has a bachelor's degree in System Engineering and Informatics from San Marcos University in Perú. Before travelling to Norway he had worked for several years as a system administrator with focus on Oracle Application Servers and Oracle Weblogic. Nowadays, he is working for Sysco AS in Norway, where he is investigating about the latest technologies related to the Oracle Fusion Middleware stack such as Oracle SOA Suite 12C and Oracle Cloud Control 12C.

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