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THREAD DUMP ANALYSIS API

In this modern world, thread dumps are still analyzed in a tedious & manual mode i.e., you have to get hold of DevOps team, ask them to send you the thread dumps, then they will mail you the thread dumps, then you will... Continue Reading →

HOW GCEASY AND FAST THREAD ARE COMPARED TO JVISUALVM?

A potential customer asked us this question: "How GCEasy & FastThread are compared to JVisualVM?". As it was a great question, here was our answer: 1. Intelligence FastThread and GCEasy apply several intelligence patterns to detect the problems in the Garbage... Continue Reading →

TROUBLESHOOT OUTOFMEMORYERROR: UNABLE TO CREATE NEW NATIVE THREAD

There are 8 flavors of java.lang.OutOfMemoryError. In these 8 flavors java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: unable to create new native thread is one of the commonly occurring flavor. This type of OutOfMemoryError is generated when an application isn’t able to create new threads. This error can... Continue Reading →

HOW TO TAKE THREAD DUMPS? – 8 OPTIONS

Thread dumps are vital artifacts to diagnose CPU spikes, deadlocks, poor response times, memory problems, unresponsive applications, and other system problems. There are great online thread dump analysis tools such as http://fastthread.io/, which can analyse and spot problems. But to... Continue Reading →

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SERIES 1: PERFORMANCE ENGINEERING INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

In this series, we will see the interview questions that can be asked related to external connectivity. How will you find the number of connections established with your Databases or SOR or any external services)? There is a Unix/Windows command... Continue Reading →

CIRCULAR DEADLOCK

Description Dining Philosophers is a classic computer science problem that happens in concurrent programming. Dining philosophers problem will result in circular deadlock problem. Circular deadlock is a variant of deadlock problem. Once deadlock happens, the only way to recover from... Continue Reading →

DEADLOCK

Description Wikipedia aptly defines deadlock is a situation in which two or more competing actions are each waiting for the other to finish, and thus neither ever does. If deadlock happens in a JVM, the only way to recover from... Continue Reading →

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