hardware: PrimePower Server
OS: Sun Solaris 9
afaik there where some memory leaks reported in 3.2.3
can't remember exactly (i thought they had todo with redeployment..)
have you ever tried to upgrade the jboss-version ?
just to get it clear if it is jboss and not the solaris java version.
which java 1.4.2_??
I cannot change the JBoss-Version, because we use it in production area.
Where can I find something about performance leaks and how to solve the problems?
Solaris cannot be the reason, because there are no problems with the other servers.
tuning java for performance..
i did not mean solaris is the reason ;)
(the java version for solaris could be a reason)
did the performance/memory leaks appear from beginning ?
i can remember something about damaged jars, ears,.. and problems with
is this the only instance of jboss on your machine?
maybe you would like to install a second(newer) jboss instance on you machine for testing.
i know how hard it can be to track down such things..
(we use jboss in a cluster with load balancing.. blabla...)
No, we have serveral server-instances on the server, but the problem appears only in one server.
One server configuration is equal to the problem-server and there are no problems.
It's very curios because in the server is no application deployed and the cpu and memory usage is highly increasing.
if i had that info about several instance of jboss on one machine running fine
and just one going crazy in your first post... ;)
did you try to shut down the bad (empty) instance (make a backup, delete the files) and copy the working (equal) instance over the bad one (you have to change the ports!) and start again ?