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Using the JRockit Runtime Analyzer

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Using the BEA JRockit Runtime Analyzer

Downloading the JRA Tool

Creating a Recording

Start Recording from Management Console (JRockit J2SE 1.4 or higher)

Start Recording with the JraRecordingStarter Command

Start a Recording from the JRockit Command Line

Starting the JRA Tool

Looking at a Recording

Viewing General Data about the Application

Miscellaneous Information

Memory Usage of JRockit Process Information

Threads Information

Allocation Values Information

Exceptions Information

Viewing Hot Methods

Viewing Garbage Collection Data

GCs During Recording Information

GC Charts Tab Information

General Information

Selected GC Infomation

Viewing Java Heap Content

Heap Contents Pie Chart

Free Memory Distribution Pie Chart

Viewing Object Statistics

Viewing Method Optimizations

Viewing Lock Activities in Your Application and JRockit

Java Lock Profiling

Native Lock Profiling

Adding Comments to the Recording

Help Us Improve BEA JRockit and the JRA Tool

How will BEA Use These Recordings

JRockit Support for JRA

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Performance Overhead of the JRA Recording in BEA JRockit Significant?

Does BEA Guarantee the Accuracy of the JRA output?

When JRA reports method time, is it CPU time or elapsed time?

Is there any way to select CPU time v.s elapsed time or self v.s including children?

What Kind of Support is Available for the JRA?

Is There a Forum Where I can Discuss the JRA?


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