Closed as program error.
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Either disable shared cache using -Xshareclasses:none, or do not use re-transformation capable java/jvmti agents
Default behavior of JVM is not to store re-transformed classes into shared cache. However if a java/jvmti agent,while re-transforming classes, does not modify a class, then JVM deviates from the default behavior and incorrectly stores the class in cache. Although it will not have impact on application behavior, but it can result in unexpected increase in shared cache usage. Note that if the JVM is running with -Xshareclasses:cacheRetransformed then all re-transformed classes are stored in cache. In this case, JVM behaves as expected.
This defect will be fixed in: 7.0.0 SR1 6.0.1 SR2 . The JVM has been updated to prevent unmodified re-transformed classes from being stored into the cache when not running with -Xshareclasses:cacheRetransformed.
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