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java dumps on a background process

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We are running a java process in the background on a aix 5.2, jdk1.31.
The jvm core dumps on occasion and i would like to debug the issue.
Reading through documentation, issuing the kill -30 <pid> does the
java dump for a process runiing in the fore-ground, however it is
ignored by a process running in the background. So how do i do that? I
might not be able to keep the window open that started the actual java
process as this could take upto a week.

Thanks
Ravi
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Hi
We are running a java process in the background on a aix 5.2, jdk1.31.
The jvm core dumps on occasion and i would like to debug the issue.
Reading through documentation, issuing the kill -30 <pid> does the
java dump for a process runiing in the fore-ground, however it is
ignored by a process running in the background. So how do i do that? I
might not be able to keep the window open that started the actual java
process as this could take upto a week.

Thanks
Ravi

try it it might work anyway
Jul 17 '05 #2

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