This document provides an overview of JDK Mission Control (JMC). It includes information about the features, architecture, and accessibility of the product.
This document provides Java developers and support engineers with an introduction to the functionality and architecture of JDK Mission Control. It assumes that the reader has basic knowledge of the Java programming language.
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For information about using JMC, refer to the online help included with the product. To access the online help, open the JMC application and click Help, then select JDK Mission Control Help.
For information about Flight Recorder, see the Flight Recorder Runtime Guide Java Flight Recorder Runtime Guide.
For troubleshooting JVM issues using JMC and JFR, see JDK Troubleshooting Guide.
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