You use the
jconsole command to start a graphical console to monitor and manage Java applications.
jconsole [-interval=n] [-notile] [-plugin path] [-version] [connection ... ] [-J input arguments]
Sets the update interval to
n seconds (default is 4 seconds).
Doesn’t tile the windows for two or more connections.
Specifies the path that
jconsole uses to look up plug-ins. The plug-in
path should contain a provider-configuration file named
META-INF/services/com.sun.tools.jconsole.JConsolePlugin that contains one line for each plug-in. The line specifies the fully qualified class name of the class implementing the
Prints the program version.
connection = pid | host:port | jmxURL
pid value is the process ID of a target process. The JVM must be running with the same user ID as the user ID running the
host:port values are the name of the host system on which the JVM is running, and the port number specified by the system property
com.sun.management.jmxremote.port when the JVM was started.
jmxUrl value is the address of the JMX agent to be connected to as described in JMXServiceURL.
-J input arguments
input arguments to the JVM on which the
jconsole command is run.
Displays the help message for the command.
jconsole command starts a graphical console tool that lets you monitor and manage Java applications and virtual machines on a local or remote machine.
On Windows, the
jconsole command doesn’t associate with a console window. It does, however, display a dialog box with error information when the
jconsole command fails.