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Performing Java Profiling at Runtime

 
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Hello all,

There is a way in Java to perform Java profiling programatically (By using an API) and on demand.
Below is an example of what I am looking for

 
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Since I have got no reply, I did some thorough investigation about it and a found a somewhat near solution to what I am looking for.

This can be enabled through the Java instrumentation API which allows you to insert "programming statements"
to a method at runtime and upon the start of the Java virtual machine. What you have to do is to write a class
in a specific form that and pass it to JVM as an argument when it starts.

Check this tutorial : http://today.java.net/pub/a/today/2008/04/24/add-logging-at-class-load-time-with-instrumentation.html
 
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Dear Friend,

You can use Jprofiler 7.2.2 for dynamic instrumentation of your Java program
You will be abl to do remotely perform profiling very easily
Download a copy http://www.ej-technologies.com/
 
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