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From "Sean M. Duncan" <s...@ferrosoft.com>
Subject Re: Java VM Monitor-Debug
Date Tue, 18 Jan 2005 01:36:39 GMT
You need a profiler.  I would suggest JProfiler for development
monitoring.  It's far too intrusive to use on a production system
though.

On Mon, 2005-01-17 at 19:37 -0500, K. Mike Bradley wrote:
> I have a need to look inside a running Java VM for a Tomcat app.
> We are having problems with an app on every server and can't figure it out.
> 
> I have a kernel mode debugger I can use for a Windows app but this is
> useless here of course.
> What kinds of third party products let you see inside a Java VM?
> 
> I need to see processes and threads and execution times and stack and heap
> space and whatever else is unique to Java that I need to see.
> I mean that I need a real solid diagnostic tool.
> 
> I see that J2SE 5 has this monitor API and SNMP as well but I don't think I
> can get it in our app.
> 
> Is there any third party tools out there that are real solid??
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> 
> 
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