In the heart of amazing software development, in the city Brno, we launched a blog to share our thoughts.
In the previous blog post, I wrote about our problem with JVM CodeCache. This cache is used for saving compiled machine code and if your Java application generates new code on the fly, it will eventually fill.
As a Java developer, you don't need to know internal details of JVM most of the times. The virtual machine is not a trivial piece of technology and learning internal details can be scary. But there are times, when you find something interesting in the logs, which seems to be important. Like the message: CodeCache is full. The compiler has been disabled. Try increasing the code cache size using -XX:ReservedCodeCacheSize=