exception causing close of session 0x0 due to java.io.ioexception: len error 1195725856


The exception was caused by a close of the session 0x0 due to java.io.


The error has now been resolved.

I know, I know; it’s just an exception, it happens. But it’s really a very confusing error. There’s no indication why it’s happening. It’s not that it’s really happening, it’s that it doesn’t matter. The system is still running. The program continues to function successfully.

That’s basically what happens when you do something you know is wrong, and then a “java.lang.Throwable” exception comes up. In the case of the close of the session 0x0, it happened while the program was still running. It’s not important to us, so if you would like to know, ask on IRC.

And if you think that the error is due to a “len error,” then you’ve probably not been paying attention to what happens when we run out of memory. If the program is still working, it should just close, but if your program keeps going, it is running out of memory and has this error.

You might check your own Java memory with the java.lang.Runtime.availableMemory() method. It will tell you how much of your Java heap your program is using.

A len error is a serious bug and should be reported to the appropriate Java developer. I would ask a Java developer about it.

The Java heap is the virtual memory that your program is using. It’s what your program allocates and uses for its own data, instructions, libraries, etc. Once Java allocates some heap, it starts to use the heap for other things, so the heap can only grow. If you run out of memory, it can crash your program.

Java heap is one of the largest memory pools that java uses. This means that most of your code is using very little memory. For example, with about 20MB of RAM, all your Java applications can probably use.


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