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Re: InstantDB: Garbage collection in Java



Use

Runtime.getRuntime().gc();

or

System.gc();

Though keep in mind that the behaviour of this method is dependant on
the implementation of the JVM and may not have any effect with your Java
runtime.

Toby.


Raj Bhaskar wrote:
> 
> Hi all,
>         I remember someone recently suggesting in response to a question
> that the questioner should manually call the Java garbage collector.
> Well, I think that I might need to do this for a project that I'm doing and
> was just wondering *how* you call the garbage collector manually in
> Java?
>
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