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JVM Monitor in Eclipse

vivek dhiman
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Hi

I just installed JVM monitor from eclipse marketplace. I am using eclipse indigo and working on 64bit OS & while monitoring memory it shows the message like : Monitoring histogram of eclipse itself not supported in 64bit OS. All other are file in JVM Monitor.

Is there any way which can sort out this issue.

Thanks
Tim Holloway
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Do you actually want/need to monitor Eclipse itself? If not, this is a non-problem.

On the other hand, if you do, the information is fairly explicit. You would have to do your work on a 32-bit OS.


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Peter Johnson
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Or perhaps you just need to run a 32-bit Eclipse with a 32-bit JDK, which is easier to do on Windows than on Linux. (The problem is most likely that the monitor uses a native library and that library is 32-bit only.)


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