[Gc] GC Warning: Repeated allocation of very large block
dej at inode.org
Tue Oct 31 04:27:31 PST 2006
On October 31, 2006 05:31 am, Andrew Haley wrote:
> Well, look at this from a user's point of view. All that the Java
> code does is allocate a very large array of ints. That's a perfectly
> proper thing to do, if somewhat unusual.
This is GCJ?
And the collector is issuing the message because it fears that it cannot avoid
using addresses that it would rather blacklist?
Does GCJ use typed allocation? Is there any need for a conservative estimate?
If the collection can be precise then there is no need for blacklisting and
this message could conceivably be disabled.
What am I missing?
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