Analyzing IS Service memory utilization

My requirement is to extract a report on the basis on memory consumption per IS service.WM is running on Solaris machine on which i don’t have control,Looking for some utility which can help me to Analyze memory graph.

I don’t know of a way to do this. One idea that might provide some insight would be to use a memory profiling tool like CA / Wily Introscope. That product is installed on the box hosting the java app and started in the same script that starts the app. It reports stats at the class and method level which might or might not translate to your IS services.

Why do you need to do this? What issue are you attempting to address?


Hello Mark,

i have problem with memory usage on IS, looks like come memory leak is happening, to get the root cause of it,i am looking for some utility which can explain which code has issue.
Please let me know if you have any idea,how to address this problem!


What are the symptoms of the memory usage problem?

As suggested in another thread, one option is to change your IS to use the Oracle/WebLogic/BEA JRockit JVM which will allow you to use the JRockit Mission Control tools to see inside the black box.

You can also take thread dumps at specified intervals during a period in which you think a leak is occurring and manually compare the object instances and resource consumption. Tedious, but this won’t require additional tools… only expertise in reading the dumps from the JVM in use.


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