1- 2.0GHz Core2Duo, 4 GB, Vista x64, PMS 1.11.369
2- gigabit through a switch
5- See below
6- Didn't see anything out of the ordinary in the log, can post if needed
7- Happens with multiple containers/videos (ISO, AVI, FLV, MKV)
I watched a couple transcoded videos last night and then left the same instance of PMS running overnight. This morning javaw.exe is using 635MB under the "Memory (Private Working Set)" column in the task-manager, even though I only have a 400MB buffer specified in the transcode settings. If I now try to just stream a video (which in theory should tell PMS to force a dump of the transcode buffer), the private working set usage goes even higher.
I didn't use to have this issue, and I don't think this issue is affecting r369 as a whole. So the only other thing that's changed between this and previous versions is that I now have PMS using the 64-bit Sun JRE (1.6.0_17). Are other people seeing this, and is the garbage collection process that different between the 64-bit and the 32-bit JREs?
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