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Taking A Heap Dump With jcmd (Java 7 / 8)

  1. Execute jcmd without any parameters to list all JVM processes, starting with a PID. The command jps also does the job.
  2. Execute: jcmd [PID] GC.heap_dump [PATH] to create a heap dump.
  3. Enjoy the memory leak analysis :-)

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Fuck you alll!
I hate you

Posted by Mariusz on June 19, 2015 at 11:15 AM CEST #

@Mariusz,

it seems like you don't like heap dumps.

Plain Java EE, without threadlocals and custom singletons minimizes the possibility of memory leaks and so the need for taking heap dump.

IMO vanilla Java EE should significantly improve your mood,

--adam

Posted by Adam Bien on June 22, 2015 at 01:48 PM CEST #

Heh....never seen someone so angered by heap dumps :-)
Maybe he wasn't held enough as a child ?!

Posted by 142.245.59.9 on October 26, 2016 at 05:54 PM CEST #

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