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Hi all,
Can anyone tell how to take a thread dump. The environment is unix and java.

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Originally posted by Ramdas Sawant:
Hi all,
Can anyone tell how to take a thread dump. The environment is unix and java.

Ramdas.



In a unix environment, the JVM will do a thread dump, if you send a signal three to the JVM process. Just run:

kill -3 <insert pid of the jvm here>

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