MC working for managing the image
bert at impara.de
Wed Oct 5 12:41:13 UTC 2005
Am 05.10.2005 um 14:07 schrieb Marcus Denker:
> It could be that someting is wrong with the cleaning... I just did
> a flush in
> my newly build work-image and it said: "3 versions flushed, 344bytes
> reclaimed", That looks strange.
Well, the output is not too accurate - it just does a full GC,
remembers the free space, then does a full GC again and reports the
| beforeBytes afterBytes beforeVersions afterVersions |
Cursor wait showWhile: [
beforeBytes := Smalltalk garbageCollect.
beforeVersions := MCVersion allSubInstances size.
afterBytes := Smalltalk garbageCollect.
afterVersions := MCVersion allSubInstances size.
^self inform: (beforeVersions - afterVersions) asString, '
versions flushed', String cr,
(afterBytes - beforeBytes) asStringWithCommas, ' bytes
If the total memory was shrunken by the second GC then the report
would be way off.
You could try these:
MCVersion allSubInstances size
MCDefinition allSubInstances size
MCPatchOperation allSubInstances size
which should all report 0 after flushing.
- Bert -
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