Well Thorbjørn, you are a pretty smart guy and I've seen you run an AWT
program on the i through X11. So, I wonder can you make VisualVM work that
way? It probably uses the Swing libraries which might not work, but if it's
possible it would be a great tool to use.

If you haven't used Virtual VM (https://visualvm.dev.java.net/) it's pretty
cool. I just found out about it thanks to the Java Posse.

My guess would be though that it might support JMX. There is a reference to
JMX in the WebSphere 6.1 documentation.

Regards,
James R. Perkins


On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 05:55, Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen <ravn@xxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

Hi.

I have been looking at whether I could do surveillance with jconsole
against Java programs running in the _CLASSIC_ Java Virtual Machine, and
I have found that the documentation does not mention JMX at all (which
is the underlying technology). Hence I looked into MX4J which appears
to have quite a steep learning curve (like always, sigh).

So, before going on a great coding safari I'd like to hear if anybody
has managed to do this, and how they did it? I can probably sacrifice a
hen or a goat, but I think virgins is out of the question.

Any suggestions?

--
Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen "...plus... Tubular Bells!"

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