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Hi all,

Need some help here. How do we kill a running threads after elapsing a settime say about 5 hours?
I want to use some JVM parameter to do this, i mean without modify code.


Any help is appreciated.
 
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I think you're out of luck trying to kill one thread. You could kill a whole application (JVM) from the command line but that doesn't sound like what you're after.

What is the thread doing? Are you completely unable to change any code?
 
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