The Java Garbage Collection Mini-Book
This book is aimed specifically at Java architects and senior developers who want a rapid introduction to how garbage collection works, the different underlying algorithms and memory structures, which collectors are commonly used, and how to choose one over another. It also offers some advise on tuning a collector and programming to generate less garbarge.
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Understanding Java Garbage Collection and What You Can Do about It
Oct 17, 2012
Gil Tene explains how a garbage collector works, covering the fundamentals, mechanism, terminology and metrics. He classifies several GCs, and introduces Azul C4.