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J.D. Thompson
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I am currently running a server application on a remote linux machine. We have JProbe to use as our profiler but I cannot find a way to connect to a running JVM started without JProbe. There seems to be ways of doing this as referenced by different threads and posting in various Googled forums but no specifics.

Does anyone out there in Java World know how to do this?

Currently running JProbe 8.0 on local machine with 1.6 on the remote.

Thanks in advance for any responses!!!

PS - trying a new/different profiler is not an option as the company "purchased" this for us and we "need to use JProbe".
 
Ajay Saxena
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...with 1.6 on the remote


Could you let us know what you mean by the above? Does it mean that the Jprobe version on the remote server m/c is 1.6?

If I have understood your requirement correctly,you want to connect your JProbe application running on your local m/c to the server app running (that was started without the Jprobe plugin) on the remote m/c.
[ August 30, 2008: Message edited by: Ajay Saxena ]
 
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