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Is it possible to filter thread dumps (kill -3 <pid> for specific threads by giving thread names? Does it have any kind of parameter for this?
 
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Don't know about filtering, but there are some tools to make them easier to read. Google for Thread Dump Analyzer. Here's one from IBM. One of the guys one our team uses something from IBM but I'm not sure this is it.

BTW: I looked at your web site. I liked the concurrency presentation enough to maybe borrow it for my team. Wish I knew Turkish to read the others!
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thanks for advice Stan, IBM's tool works fine.
 
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hi,
I could not download the IBM thread dump stuff.
please help me on tis.
Thanks in advance,
Rudra
 
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don't you try this link:
http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/jca/download
It needs membership (it is free).
I have just downloaded and tried it.
 
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