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A Thread Local Area (TLA) is a small thread local buffer used for allocation in the
runtime. The use of TLAs may significantly decrease object allocation overhead,
since allocating objects in the TLA requires no synchronization. When a thread
local buffer is full, it has to be promoted to the ordinary heap.
Thanks a lot. Do you know where I can check to see what objects are being created. In the memory tab I don't see any application objects.
You use the code (of a flight recording) to see which packages are hot.
If you want to get detailed info on object by object, you can use memleak detector
Some examples of its usages can be found here - http://middlewaremagic.com/weblogic/?p=6930