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profiling Java applications which are running on Websphere application server

 
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Hi All,

I am having one java application, and i found that there are too many garabage collections, but each cyle freeing very less memory.

Now i need to find out memory leaks using application profiling. Here i m getting into trouble.

Can any one give me the steps involved in application profiling.

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Sekhar.
 
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Which profiling tool are you using?

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Hello Cameron, thanks for reply, currently i have no knowledge on profiling and the avaiable tools for the same.

Can you please suggest which one would be better and detail please........

 
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I believe that Rational Application Developer has a profiling tool that can attach to a running JVM. You may have to start the JVM up with a specific switch or something. The documentation probably describes the steps.

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Actually, you might even want to run Resource Monitor first, it's real easy and simple to use. I think it goes by a newer name these days, but it gives good feedback.

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