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  • #16
    Uwe the snapshot has been published - please let us know how it works for you.

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    • #17
      Costin, I've made a first test... You really did a great job, now the memory consumption seems to be more or less comparable to sprint 2.5.6. I'll do some more tests on monday afternoon and give you the results afterwards.

      Have a nice weekend

      Uwe

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      • #18
        Glad to hear this Uwe. I'd appreciate if you could do some profiling on your app and see how it compares overall to 2.5.6. We're trying to identify the hotspots and getting feedback from the community in various scenarios helps a lot.

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        • #19
          Hi Costin, below you'll find the detailed numbers for my application (approx. in mb):

          Code:
          Spring 2.5.6
          	DefaultListableBeanFactory		 8.7
          		beanDefinitionMap		 4.8
          		mergedBeanDefinitions		 2.1
          		singletonObjects		 0.008
          Spring 3.0.0.RELEASE
          	DefaultListableBeanFactory		97.5
          		beanDefinitionMap		12.2
          		mergedBeanDefinitions		 2.1
          		singletonObjects		81.3
          Spring 3.0.1.CI-562
          	DefaultListableBeanFactory		34.9
          		beanDefinitionMap		12.4
          		mergedBeanDefinitions		 2.1
          		singletonObjects		18.4
          Spring 3.0.1.CI-563
          	DefaultListableBeanFactory		10.1
          		beanDefinitionMap		 5.3
          		mergedBeanDefinitions		 2.1
          		singletonObjects		 1.0
          Spring 3.0.1.CI-565
          	DefaultListableBeanFactory		10.1
          		beanDefinitionMap		 5.3
          		mergedBeanDefinitions		 2.1
          		singletonObjects		 1.0
          Once again, great job...

          Uwe
          Last edited by ura; Feb 1st, 2010, 07:47 AM.

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