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Clean Subflows Variables


i am using OO 10.20.

i have a heavy Workflow to launch.

it contains 6 subflows consuming each one ~3 hours .

i want to know at each time OO free a subflow consumed memory, and if there is a mechanism that i can integrate to force OO to free a consumed memory of a subflow before starting the execution of the next subflow.

Because i think that the probability of getting an OutOfMemory message if all subflows are executed without freeing memory, is very high.


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there isn't anything out of the box

however there is the oo/monitoring. 

maybe you can construct flow logic that - when needed - interacts with oo/monitoring and takes your desired actions.


a. oo/monitoring?action=gc

b. oo/monitoring?action=purge_obsolete_files

and others.

it is javamelody based and I suggest taking a look at javamelody first as it is more statistics oriented - https://github.com/javamelody/javamelody/wiki/UserGuide

Andrei Vasile Truta
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