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Hi Guys,
Well it would be nice to start a Discussion on JVM Architecture and Functioning. Well to start of the discussion i would like to know what is the max heap size that a JVM can run on,and What is the Garbage Collection algorithm used in the latest JVM ?
 
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Furthering that.I would like to know how to use JVMTI agents to monitor the threads that I am running. Also Is it possible to one thread to detect that another thread is trying to suspend it?
 
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what does JVM use (any libraries) to convert bytecode to machine understable code on every OS? if it uses any libraries..are these libraries dependent of respective operating system ..or all of them use the same libraries to convert?
 
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REGARDING JVMTI

JVMTI , previously known as JVMPI was used mainly for performance monitoring of Java Applications. In my view it is set of say C libraries that are used to profile an java application . and many tools exist ,including the default profiler known as hprof, etc..

this is wat i understood,please correct me if i am wrong.. the reason why i am into this is i'm planning to develop an profiling tool for my own purposes.so i am very new to this .

anyone who knows more about this,please opensource to me..
 
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