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Memory leak with OutOfMemoryError exception

you will have to decrease the following default ObjectDB settings: Temporary data RAM threshold. Page
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Run out of memory

the uncommitted changes persist in RAM (not the file db), hence I am getting out of memory exceptions
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Performance tuning, best practices

we have a system where we serve from a host process around 200 clients connected via webSockets (Jetty). The core process is running on a dedicated Windows 2012 server with 16 GByte RAM and 8 processor cores. What is strange for us is that max 20% of the cpu resources are used and the IO subsystem
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ObjectDB's Database Doctor Incorrect Error Report

was wasting a lot of RAM and resources like caching based on 256 KB when I only needed 64 KB based
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Doctor - high memory usage

have at least 2GB RAM, I don't think that running the Doctor with 512MB max heap size should be a problem
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Query Execution on parallel threads don't lead to performance improvements

, to reduce the use temporary files (although it may require more RAM). support Support
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One transaction or two?

eliminates some overhead but may require more RAM if you have many large objects, and that may also affect
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Java 9 support

and only 0.5 GiB of RAM) and the incredible abilities of ObjectDB ultra fast database technology
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Duplicatable and Disposable JPA Repository for Unit Testing

it on a RAM drive to get the effect of a memory database. It would probably be faster than any
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Objects are not garbage collected

. However, we can see that over time more and more NormalizedAccessPaths clog up the RAM and won't be released

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