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Taking Memory Usage Periodically

Arka Sharma
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Hi,

I want to take memory usage within two hours time interval of an enterprise application ?

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Arka
Sudheer Bhat
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Do you want to do that in Java?
you can monitor a process via a cron job scheduled to run periodically at 2 hour intervals.
William Brogden
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Presumably you are familiar with the java.lang.Runtime methods related to memory, right?

Is that the kind of information you want to record?

Bill
Arka Sharma
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Actually the scenario is that the application is deployed in JBoss.JBoss will be up and running.Now I want to check the nenory usage details within two hour time interval.Now in linux what I do to take the memory usage is view the content of /proc/meminfo.Once before running the application once after running the application.Now since there are no other application will be running it almost give me a rough estimate of the memory usage of the application.In my local machine I also use VisualVM to do the same.But what I want this process to be automated and run within two hour interval both in Window and Linux environment.
Rishi Shehrawat
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You can look at -Xloggc option. It will log garbage collection information to seperate file & does not have much overhead. You can use tools like gc viewer to view the file.
 
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