Help needed and forgive me as I dont know Java so please bare with me.
I have searched this site and google but was unable to locate the information I need.
An application that we use - is based on java and stores some performance counters etc internally in the shared JVM. They are not held in an oracle db etc
What I want to be able to do is access the shared area in JVM and write out the contents, I am not 100% sure how the counters are stored etc so I would need to access the entire JVM memory and write it to a file on the unix filesystem assuming thats even possible..
Can you help?
java version "1.4.2_10"
You can't just reach into Java's memory and get it. In fact you're not supposed to reach into and abuse another process' memory in general.
I have one Java application installed in my Solaris system. Is there a way to find out the heap memory allocated size/used size/free size for the particular Java process?
If anyone knows the command, please let me know. Even I appreciate if I have any scripts to find out the same.
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