☆ Por que mas hardware en Java, significa mas fallos.

“It’s like a ticking time bomb in your enterprise architecture. Generally, you can tune the JVM to delay it, but you can’t tune it away. So, you can make it happen half as often, or only once an hour, but I it will happen. There’s no way to avoid compacting of memory in Java. There is no way to avoid fragmentation in Java. This is universally accepted as fact in the Java world.”

15 segundos, cada vez que la JVM decida limpiar la tubería, con una JVM con 2Gb en RAM. En parte por el uso de un recolector de memoria generacional. ¿Como se comportaran otros lenguajes con sus respectivos ‘Garbage Collectors’?

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