I'll be up at both JavaOne and Oracle Open World presenting. I have a total of three presentations:
I'm excited by these opportunities - particularly working with Charlie Hunt diving into Java Performance.
Darryl unfortunately I don't have the opportunity to attend to.
At the moment I have one question on MPSS and pmap -xs that's bothering me :-)Would you mind letting me know why sometimes the Pgsz column shows a '-' ?I've searched MOS and all your books at Safari and didn't find the answer.
Sorry to contact you this way.Thanks anyway.
I'd guess that physical memory has not actually been allocated to back the virtual memory. But I'm a bit stuck without an example code.
This will be my last blog entry here. I'm leaving Oracle after 16
amazing years. I've had a fantastic time, and I'm glad to have been
question about data (mis)alignment is "Where did it come
from?". So here's a reasonably detailed answer to that...
If the compiler has...
A while back I wrote up how to use dtrace to
identify misaligned loads in 32-bit apps. Here's a script to do
the same for 64-bit apps: