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Swap Based Memory Management In Java

, 23 Nov 2012 CPOL 4.1K
Blue Sky Thinking In JavaJava does not allow strong interactions with the memory manager other than via extensions (like JVMTI). However, for some JVMs (the Oracle/Sun JVM for example) all is not lost.The challenge I faced was to move over to swapping out very large data structures to disk when the

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