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    Greetings Everyone,

    First off I am new to these forums ... so hello everyone! Very nice to meet you. Second, I am a beginner when it comes to Java programming and I am currently investigating an issue with an application that is suffering memory exhaustion. The specifics that really stand out to me are the long running GC events. I have tried to determine what might be causing this (looking at heap and thread dumps) and thought that the object creation might be a bit high. The current object creation is about 30mb/sec. Which brings me to my actual question .... can this be considered to "high" is there any rule of thumb which should be applied to such programming? Any and all comments help are greatly appreciated.

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    rule of thumb which should be applied to such programming
    Don't worry about it unless it is a problem.
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