Not a small leak at all; more of a flood you could say.
You can see this in the following animated graph, where the green (total memory) is bumped up when I create the large array of java doubles.
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For C code to be useful it has to be compiled and linked (hence the dll).
Well, we know that this is only in theory, but in practice Matlabs internal memory management has problems that occasionally lead to such crashes.
The total memory is the number of bytes allocated to the total heap space which is the size of the objects created the free memory.Thanks Shirley Irad replied on August 2nd, 2011 10:58 am UTC : 6 of 10 I have a similar problem with a GUI Ive written, and the matlab garbage collector is not efficient enough, but when I use the Perform GC on the JMC.The actual double array isnt shown on this graph as it is created and cleared faster than the sampling time of the graph.The mechanism relies on the little-known fact that public fields of Java objects can be retrieved in Matlab using the built-in struct function.Apparently, about 1KB of memory gets leaked whenever this event-data is being read.