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"Bravo to the SAP Memory Analyzer team. I downloaded it and opened a 2GB heap dump on 32-bit Windows (not possible with Jhat) within minutes. Also, the tool was exceedingly easy to use and quickly exposed an object retention problem we had been struggling to find. Thanks! "
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"It's really fast! Thanks for this contribution! It's working really fast, even with a huge heap dump!"
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"I just tried SAP Memory Analyzer tool from the JavaOne DVD, and I have to say I am pretty impressed with it. Very nice UI, and performance is great also. It also works well to find Classloader leaks."
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"Habe jetztmal den SAP Memory Analyzer ausprobiert. Fand ich deutlich übersichtlicher als alles was ich bis jetzt kennengelernt habe. Mit ihm hab ich jetzt auch alle harten Referenzen auf mein Problem Obejkt wegbekommen."
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"On one of the JavaOne sessions this year - there was a tool presented - SAP Memory Analyzer. A certain set of tries on heapdumps, different in size, showed significant performance advantage for SAP solution. Voted: Very Cool"
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"I was quite impressed what kind of information you can gain by using this tool and how easy it is to find the memory hogs in your application. Finding memory leaks is usually far easier than identifying the greedy classes which are not leaking but nevertheless take up huge amounts of memory. Any serious Java application on an enterprise scale needs this kind of analysis since memory tends to be a constrained resource."
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"I worked with a lot with <Vendor A> and <Vendor B>. Also I tried <Vendor C> and <Vendor D>. But from now on this tool is my favorite now to look for memory leaks. It is really fast and handles large heapdumps easily. It's easy to use as well and it presents you the information in a way easy to understand."
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"But then I found this wonderful tool called SAP Memory Analyzer. Google it and download it. It's marvelous. Easily the best heap analyzer I've run across in a long time."
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"Just wanted to say thanks for producing such a great tool, looking forward to when it goes open source so that I can use it at work!"
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