This document describes the Java Flight Recorder runtime implementation and instructions for using the tool.
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This document is intended for Java developers and support engineers who need an introduction about the architecture and runtime implementation of Java Flight Recorder. It assumes that the reader has basic knowledge of the Java programming language.
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