|Oracle® JRockit Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Guide
Part Number E15059-04
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This document provides information to help you solve problems that you might encounter while running the Oracle JRockit JVM.
This document contains the following chapters:
Chapter 1, "Diagnostics Roadmap" outlines the steps you should follow to arrive at the best solution for your problem.
Chapter 2, "Slow JVM Startup" describes how you can recognize and troubleshoot a slow-starting JVM.
Chapter 3, "Long Latencies" describes how to recognize and troubleshoot long garbage collection pauses that have an adverse impact on system performance.
Chapter 4, "Low Overall Throughput" describes how to recognize and troubleshoot when the application runs too slowly.
Chapter 5, "Performance Degradation" describes measures you can take when your application begins to behave erratically, return incorrect results, or throw OutOfMemory exceptions.
Chapter 6, "Crashing JVM" describes what to do when your system—the JVM or the application—stops sending signals.
Chapter 8, "About Crash Files" provides information about the crash files that the JRockit JVM creates if it crashes.
Chapter 7, "Freezing JVM" describes what to do when the JVM or Java application becomes unresponsive but has not crashed.
Chapter 9, "Contacting Oracle for Support" provides the best practices to follow when you want to report a JRockit JVM problem to Oracle Support.
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