Launching jmc (Java Mission Control)

This section provides a tutorial example on how to launch 'jmc' (Java Mission Control) and manage its JVM browser, details and Web browser panels.

Java Mission Control is a stand-alone tool. You need to download and install it separately from JDK.

But if you are still using JDK 7 to JDK 10, you can launch it by typing in "jmc" at the command prompt, if you have %java_home%\bin directory included in "path" the environment variable.

herong> jmc

Java Mission Control displays the Web browser panel displaying a welcome page, after it is fully loaded.

Click on the "Restore" icon on the top left corner to restore the normal view.

Java Mission Control displays 3 panels:

You can minimize any panel, if you don't want to see it.

Launching jmc (Java Mission Control)
Launching jmc (Java Mission Control)

Table of Contents

 About This Book

 Java Tools Terminology

 Java Tools Included in JDK

 javac - The Java Program Compiler

 jar - The JAR File Tool

 jlink - The JRE Linker

 jmod - The JMOD File Tool

 jimage - The JIMAGE File Tool

 jpackage - Binary Package Builder

 java - The Java Program Launcher

 jdeps - The Java Class Dependency Analyzer

 jdeprscan - The Java Deprecated API Scanner

 jdb - The Java Debugger

 jcmd - The JVM Diagnostic Tool

 jconsole - Java Monitoring and Management Console

 jstat - JVM Statistics Monitoring Tool

 JVM Troubleshooting Tools

 jhsdb - The Java HotSpot Debugger

 jvisualvm (Java VisualVM) - JVM Visual Tool

jmc - Java Mission Control

 jmc (Java Mission Control) - What Is It

Launching jmc (Java Mission Control)

 jmc - JMX Console via MBean Server

 MBean Browser on jmc JMX Console

 Monitoring Trigers on jmc JMX Console

 javap - The Java Class File Disassembler

 keytool - Public Key Certificate Tool

 jarsigner - JAR File Signer

 jshell - Java Language Shell

 jrunscript - Script Code Shell

 serialver - serialVersionUID Generator

 native2ascii - Native-to-ASCII Encoding Converter

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