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  1. WildFly
  2. WFLY-3365

ClassLoader leak in org.jboss.el.cache.FactoryFinderCache

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      The attached application demonstrates the issue. Deploy, undeploy, heap dump. The application contains a ServletContextListener that creates a static reference to a "LeakMarker" object to simplify finding the leaked ModuleClassLoader.

      org.xnio.nio.WorkerThread @ 0x7b90fa3b0  XNIO-1 I/O-2 Thread                                                          
      '- contextClassLoader org.jboss.modules.ModuleClassLoader @ 0x7b8224be0                                               
         '- module org.jboss.modules.Module @ 0x7b8224b40                                                                   
            '- moduleLoader org.jboss.modules.LocalModuleLoader @ 0x7b82241e0                                               
               '- moduleMap org.jboss.modules.UnlockedReadHashMap @ 0x7b8224220                                             
                  '- table java.util.concurrent.atomic.AtomicReferenceArray @ 0x7b8224270                                   
                     '- array java.lang.Object[512] @ 0x7b8224280                                                           
                        '- [345] org.jboss.modules.UnlockedReadHashMap$Item[1] @ 0x7b8010000                                
                           '- [0] org.jboss.modules.UnlockedReadHashMap$Item @ 0x7b8010018                                  
                              '- value org.jboss.modules.ModuleLoader$FutureModule @ 0x7b8010030                            
                                 '- module org.jboss.modules.Module @ 0x7b84c1360                                           
                                    '- moduleClassLoader org.jboss.modules.ModuleClassLoader @ 0x7b84c0f98                  
                                       '- classes java.util.Vector @ 0x7b84c1078                                            
                                          '- elementData java.lang.Object[20] @ 0x7b9597c20                                 
                                             '- [10] class org.jboss.el.cache.FactoryFinderCache @ 0x7b9597d48              
                                                '- CLASS_CACHE java.util.concurrent.ConcurrentHashMap @ 0x7b9597db0         
                                                   '- table java.util.concurrent.ConcurrentHashMap$Node[16] @ 0x7b9597df0   
                                                      '- [5] java.util.concurrent.ConcurrentHashMap$Node @ 0x7bf5b6b40      
                                                         '- key org.jboss.el.cache.FactoryFinderCache$CacheKey @ 0x7bf5b6b60
                                                            '- loader org.jboss.modules.ModuleClassLoader @ 0x7bf380c78     
                                                               '- classes java.util.Vector @ 0x7bf380df8                    
                                                                  '- elementData java.lang.Object[10] @ 0x7bf380e18         
                                                                     '- [0] class leak.LeakListener @ 0x7bf388a88           
                                                                        '- LEAK_MARKER leak.LeakMarker @ 0x7bf388af0  
      
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      The attached application demonstrates the issue. Deploy, undeploy, heap dump. The application contains a ServletContextListener that creates a static reference to a "LeakMarker" object to simplify finding the leaked ModuleClassLoader. org.xnio.nio.WorkerThread @ 0x7b90fa3b0 XNIO-1 I/O-2 Thread '- contextClassLoader org.jboss.modules.ModuleClassLoader @ 0x7b8224be0 '- module org.jboss.modules.Module @ 0x7b8224b40 '- moduleLoader org.jboss.modules.LocalModuleLoader @ 0x7b82241e0 '- moduleMap org.jboss.modules.UnlockedReadHashMap @ 0x7b8224220 '- table java.util.concurrent.atomic.AtomicReferenceArray @ 0x7b8224270 '- array java.lang. Object [512] @ 0x7b8224280 '- [345] org.jboss.modules.UnlockedReadHashMap$Item[1] @ 0x7b8010000 '- [0] org.jboss.modules.UnlockedReadHashMap$Item @ 0x7b8010018 '- value org.jboss.modules.ModuleLoader$FutureModule @ 0x7b8010030 '- module org.jboss.modules.Module @ 0x7b84c1360 '- moduleClassLoader org.jboss.modules.ModuleClassLoader @ 0x7b84c0f98 '- classes java.util.Vector @ 0x7b84c1078 '- elementData java.lang. Object [20] @ 0x7b9597c20 '- [10] class org.jboss.el.cache.FactoryFinderCache @ 0x7b9597d48 '- CLASS_CACHE java.util.concurrent.ConcurrentHashMap @ 0x7b9597db0 '- table java.util.concurrent.ConcurrentHashMap$Node[16] @ 0x7b9597df0 '- [5] java.util.concurrent.ConcurrentHashMap$Node @ 0x7bf5b6b40 '- key org.jboss.el.cache.FactoryFinderCache$CacheKey @ 0x7bf5b6b60 '- loader org.jboss.modules.ModuleClassLoader @ 0x7bf380c78 '- classes java.util.Vector @ 0x7bf380df8 '- elementData java.lang. Object [10] @ 0x7bf380e18 '- [0] class leak.LeakListener @ 0x7bf388a88 '- LEAK_MARKER leak.LeakMarker @ 0x7bf388af0

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      After deploy/undeploy of a webapp that uses org.jboss.el, a reference to the webapp classloader remains in FactoryFinderCache.

      I currently work around this by calling FactoryFinderCache.clearClassLoader in a ServletContextListener. Uncommenting line 26 in LeakListener makes the reference go away on undeploy.

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            Assignee:
            ctomc Tomaž Cerar (Inactive)
            Reporter:
            bjorn Björn Sköld (Inactive)
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