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Hi
on Unix,I am running 10 java clients contacting with one java server.
Anytime, if the client hangs/freezes/stops sending requests to the server, then how do I get the stack of that client process?
Also what are the other command with which I can trace any java process?
Thanks for your help
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Please note also that, these clients are launched from different shells. So its difficult to do with fg command.
Do we need to write some code in our client to dump the stack or is there any other way?
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