Details

    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Cannot Reproduce
    • Affects Version/s: 1.3.5
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: None
    • Labels:
      None
    • Environment:

      Linux environment, running SAP. Downloaded separate JDK 6 to use jvisualvm to monitor node.

      Description

      Hi:

      My name is David Schaffel. I am using jvisualvm to monitor an instance of my sap portal. I like the tool a lot, has alot of really nice features. However, it seems that some of the features and plugins don't fully work unless the JVM has been freshly started and the jvisualvm tool is running before that.

      For instance, if SAP is running and portal is up, I can open jvisualvm and see memory, but not CPU. I can see visual GC, but I cannot force a GC. And I cannot see the threads either.

      However, if I am running jvisualvm before I bring SAP up on the server, all of those features start working. Is this a bug, shouldn't jvisualvm be able to initialize these features whenever it is started, and not when the jvm is first starting up? Please advise, thanks, great tool!

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        thurka added a comment -

        If you do not see CPU, it means that JMX connection to SAP portal does not work. Can you please try to use latest VisualVM 1.3.5, just to be sure that this was not fixed in the latest version. Thanks.

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        thurka added a comment - If you do not see CPU, it means that JMX connection to SAP portal does not work. Can you please try to use latest VisualVM 1.3.5, just to be sure that this was not fixed in the latest version. Thanks.
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        djschaff added a comment -

        I am currently using version 1.3.5

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        djschaff added a comment - I am currently using version 1.3.5
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        thurka added a comment -

        OK, can you please attach VisualVM messages.log. It is available in Help->About->Logfile

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        thurka added a comment - OK, can you please attach VisualVM messages.log. It is available in Help->About->Logfile
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        thurka added a comment -

        Closing until more information is available.

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        thurka added a comment - Closing until more information is available.

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          • Assignee:
            thurka
            Reporter:
            djschaff
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