Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
java.lang.management.MemoryUsage

Packages that use MemoryUsage
java.lang.management Provides the management interface for monitoring and management of the Java virtual machine as well as the operating system on which the Java virtual machine is running. 
 

Uses of MemoryUsage in java.lang.management
 

Methods in java.lang.management that return MemoryUsage
static MemoryUsage MemoryUsage.from(CompositeData cd)
          Returns a MemoryUsage object represented by the given CompositeData.
 MemoryUsage MemoryPoolMXBean.getCollectionUsage()
          Returns the memory usage after the Java virtual machine most recently expended effort in recycling unused objects in this memory pool.
 MemoryUsage MemoryMXBean.getHeapMemoryUsage()
          Returns the current memory usage of the heap that is used for object allocation.
 MemoryUsage MemoryMXBean.getNonHeapMemoryUsage()
          Returns the current memory usage of non-heap memory that is used by the Java virtual machine.
 MemoryUsage MemoryPoolMXBean.getPeakUsage()
          Returns the peak memory usage of this memory pool since the Java virtual machine was started or since the peak was reset.
 MemoryUsage MemoryNotificationInfo.getUsage()
          Returns the memory usage of the memory pool when this notification was constructed.
 MemoryUsage MemoryPoolMXBean.getUsage()
          Returns an estimate of the memory usage of this memory pool.
 

Constructors in java.lang.management with parameters of type MemoryUsage
MemoryNotificationInfo(String poolName, MemoryUsage usage, long count)
          Constructs a MemoryNotificationInfo object.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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