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Session and Memory Leak on Wildfly 10

I recently re-wrote 10MinuteMail, my secure temporary email service, updating it from Seam 2 and JBoss 4.2 to Deltaspike and Wildfly 10.  Unfortunately I noticed a memory leak in the JVM.  During beta testing, the JVM heap usage would slowly grow, over 1-2 weeks until it reached an OOM (out of memory […]

By | June 28th, 2016|JBoss|0 Comments

Double the Oracle DB connections from JBoss you expect?


  • <no-tx-separate-pools/>
     – Pool Transactional and non-Transactional connections separately.  Using this option will cause your total pool size to be twice max-pool-size because two actual pools will be created.  Used to fix problems with Oracle.
By | November 11th, 2013|Database, JBoss|0 Comments

Want an even better job? :)

While the ATG job opportunity at TOMS is pretty sweet, Spark::red is also hiring!  I might be a bit biased but I think Spark::red is an amazing place to work.

First, the jobs:  We’re looking for sys admins, jboss admins, or technical ATG folks (architects, deployment specialists, etc…) to join […]

By | January 24th, 2013|ATG, JBoss, Linux|0 Comments

Seam Identity Management

During a recent coding getaway to Maine (see my post on the 2011 HackFestaThon) I decided to write a basic Seam project as a starting point for my future Seam based web applications.  The idea is to provide common features such as Login, Logout, Registration, Forgot Password, User […]

By | July 11th, 2011|Seam, Security|3 Comments

First brush with Ruby On Rails

Earlier this week I was hanging out with a friend talking about a project he was working on and I decided to poke at it a bit with him, and as such got my first hands on experience with Ruby on Rails.

Ruby on Rails or RoR obviously has huge buzz and is a very popular […]

By | May 30th, 2011|General, Seam|2 Comments