This question already has an answer here:example code:Question:will the literal string "hi" somehow stay in memory, even after the StringBuffer has been garbage collected? Or is it just used to create a char array for the StringBuffer and then never put anywhere in memory?
I have a singleton object that process requests. Each request takes around one millisecond to be completed, usually less. This object is not thread-safe and it expects requests in a particular format, encapsulated in the Request class, and returns the result as Response. This processor has another producer/consumer that sends/receives...
I am fully aware that using statements are the way to handle IDisposables. Please do not repeat this advice in comments.
As part of the java JDK10 JEP307 was Parallel Full GC for G1 realsed.I've tried to grasp its description, but I am still not confident that I got the idea properly.