|Oracle® JRockit Flight Recorder Run Time Guide
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This document contains background on the Oracle JRockit Flight Recorder Run Time implementation and instructions for using this tool.
This document contains the following chapters:
Chapter 1, "Introduction", which contains a description of JRockit Flight Recorder and its capabilities.
Chapter 2, "Quick Start Procedures", which contains simple procedures for using JRockit Mission Control to create your first flight recording.
Chapter 3, "Starting the Flight Recorder", which contains procedures for starting and controlling JRockit Flight Recorder.
Chapter 4, "Controlling Recording Data by Using Templates", which discusses what you can control with JRockit Flight Recorder and how to use templates to do so.
Chapter 5, "Troubleshooting and Security", which contains information about how to troubleshoot problems JRockit Flight Recorder and who can control flight recorder information.
Appendix A, "Creating Your Own Server-side Templates", which shows you how to create a server-side flight recording template.
Appendix B, "Command Reference", which contains a list and brief description of the command-line options and diagnostic commands you can use with JRockit Flight Recorder.
Appendix C, "Events", which contains a list of all events you can capture with JRockit Flight Recorder.
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