'jstatd' - JVM Remote Monitoring Server

This section describes the JVM remote monitoring server 'jstatd' and its options. 'jstatd' are used to allow JVM monitoring tools 'jps' and 'jstat' to access local JVM processes from a remote machine.

"jstatd": A server that allows JVM monitoring tools like "jps" and "jstat" to access JVM processes from a remote machine. "jstatd" tool is distributed as part of the Sun JDK package and represented by the \Progra~1\java\jdk1.8.0\bin\jstatd.exe program file. "jstatd" can be executed with the following syntax:

jstatd [options]

"jstatd" options are listed below:

After "jstatd" is started, JVM monitoring tools, "jps" and "jstat", can connect to it from a remote machine and access local JVM processes as shown in the picture below:
RMI Registry and Server

See next section on how to start "jstatd".

Last update: 2015.

Table of Contents

 About This Book

 Java Tools Terminology

 Installing Java 8 on Windows

 'javac' - The Java Program Compiler

 'java' - The Java Program Launcher

 'jdb' - The Java Debugger

 'jconsole' - Java Monitoring and Management Console

'jstat' - JVM Statistics Monitoring Tool

 'jps' - JVM Process Status Tool

 Listing JVM Processes on the Local Machine with "jps"

'jstatd' - JVM Remote Monitoring Server

 Starting 'jstatd' with a Security Policy File

 Connecting to 'jps' to Remote 'jstatd'

 'jstat' Command Options and Parameters

 Garbage Collection Testing Program

 'jstat -gcutil' - Garbage Collection Statistics

 Accessing Remote JVM Processes with 'jstat'

 JVM Troubleshooting Tools

 jvisualvm (Java VisualVM) - JVM Visual Tool

 'jar' - The JAR File Tool

 'javap' - The Java Class File Disassembler

 'keytool' - Public Key Certificate Tool

 'native2ascii' - Native-to-ASCII Encoding Converter

 Outdated Tutorials


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