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inorder to use the Garbage collector tool from IBM i did the following
# Extract the content of GCCollector.zip in a directory of your chioce. # Download jfreeChart-1.0.0-rc1.jar and jcommon-1.0.0-rc1.jar and place them in the lib directory that was created when you unzipped GCCollector.zip
when i tried to run GC by
1) double clicking the GCCollector.jar 2) or running the following commad from the java bin directory
I'm very surprised the instructions told you to type that. Because when you use the -jar option, everything in the -classpath option is completely ignored. Usually IBM documentation doesn't make elementary blunders like that.
Joined: Oct 31, 2007
hi Paul, I dont understand clearly what you mean. Anyway here is the instruction mentioned in document comes with ibm GC
"n order to be able to run Diagnostic Tool for Java� Garbage Collector, you must perform the folowing steps:
* Ensure that you have a Java Runtime Environment (1.3 or above) that lets you to execute java programs * Extract the content of GCCollector.zip in a directory of your chioce. * Download jfreeChart-1.0.0-rc1.jar and jcommon-1.0.0-rc1.jar and place them in the lib directory that was created when you unzipped GCCollector.zip
Now, you are ready to run Diagnostic Tool for Java� Garbage Collector. The sample batch file GCCollector.bat is located in the directory where you unzipped GCCollector.zip; you can run it, or you can adapt it for your environment. The batch file has only a line with the following command: