Affects Version/s: 1.3
Fix Version/s: None
Environment:OS - AIX Application Server Oracle Applicatio Server, AXIS Version 1.3
This is Prasanna. Currently I am working for an application which is a service oriented application.
The services are designed using Java - Axis 1.3 and the services are hosted by the Oracle Application
Server running under AIX (IBM JDK version 1.5) and the services are consumed by .net application.
During our performance load testing we found a weird behavior in our application. We would like to share the same with you. It would be great if any of you kindly look in to the below issue and give any solution to resolve the same.
We had encountered Out-of memory exception in
the java application server when a single user performs the same transaction
repeatedly for more than 30 minutes. We tested this scenario using performance
load scripts. We have analyzed the heap dump and found that the objects created in the application server are not garbage collected and they still have references and all the references are created under MessageContext objects.
As part of this exercise we profiled the java code and none of the code has memory leaks.
We would like to know how this to be handled do we need to close or dispose anything explicitly. Looking forward your valuable response. Any help or pointer is highly appreciated.
Thanks in advance