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Java Colombo Meetup: Java Mission Control & Java Flight Recorder

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Presentation slides used at the 17th Java Colombo Meetup.

http://www.meetup.com/java-colombo/events/218658123/

This presentation explains the JMX Console & Java Flight Recorder (JFR) tools in Java Mission Control (JMC)

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Java Colombo Meetup: Java Mission Control & Java Flight Recorder

  1. 1. Java Mission Control & Java Flight Recorder M. ISURU T. C. PERERA 1 @chrishantha
  2. 2. Agenda  Tools in Java Development Kit  What is Java Mission Control (JMC)  Java Flight Recorder (JFR)  Demos 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 2
  3. 3. JDK Tools • Basic Tools (java, javac, jar) • Security Tools (jarsigner, keytool) • Java Web Service Tools (wsimport, wsgen) • Java Troubleshooting, Profiling, Monitoring and Management Tools (jcmd, jconsole, jmc, jvisualvm) 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 3 Image Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hand_tools.jpg
  4. 4. Java Troubleshooting, Profiling, Monitoring and Management Tools  jcmd - JVM Diagnostic Commands tool  jconsole - A JMX-compliant graphical tool for monitoring a Java application  jvisualvm – Provides detailed information about the Java application. It provides CPU & Memory profiling, heap dump analysis, memory leak detection etc.  jmc – Tools to monitor and manage Java applications without introducing performance overhead 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 4
  5. 5. Java Experimental Tools  Monitoring Tools  jps – JVM Process Status Tool  jstat – JVM Statistics Monitoring Tool  Troubleshooting Tools  jmap - Memory Map for Java  jhat - Heap Dump Browser  jstack – Stack Trace for Java 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 5
  6. 6. What is Java Mission Control?  A set of powerful tools running on the Oracle JDK to monitor and manage Java applications  Free for development use (Oracle Binary Code License)  Available in JDK since Java 7 update 40  Supports Plugins  Two main tools  JMX Console  Java Flight Recorder 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 6
  7. 7. Starting Java Mission Control  Run “jmc” command in $JAVA_HOME/bin  It runs on Eclipse  It can also be installed on your existing Eclipse 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 7
  8. 8. Troubleshooting Tip  If “jmc” crashes with SIGSEGV on Ubuntu, try following  sudo -E sh -c 'echo org.eclipse.swt.browser.DefaultType=mozilla >> $JAVA_HOME/lib/missioncontrol/configuration/config.ini' 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 8
  9. 9. Java Process Browser  Uses the Java Discovery Protocol (JDP).  Allows to list and connect to both locally and remotely running Java applications.  JMC provides full secure access with encrypted communication and configurable user access restrictions. 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 9
  10. 10. JMX Console  A tool for monitoring and managing multiple Oracle JDK instances via JMX interface  Captures and presents live data about:  Garbage Collection (GC) Pauses  Memory (Heap Usage)  CPU Usage  Other attributes exposes via MBeans  Provides triggers that can monitor MBeans and trigger an action 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 10
  11. 11. JMX Console 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 11
  12. 12. JMX Console Tabs  Overview – Dashboard, Graphs with real-time usage statistics  System – Information about the JVM  Memory – Monitor heap usage, garbage collection & active memory pools  Threads – Live thread usage by the application  MBean Browser – Access all registered MBeans  Triggers – Manage rules that trigger events  Diagnostic Commands – Execute commands on JVM 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 12
  13. 13. JMX Console Demo  Sample applications from Marcus Hirt’s Tutorials (http://hirt.se/blog/?p=611)  Demonstrating  CPU Usage viewing in JMC  View deadlocked threads 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 13 Image Source: https://duke.kenai.com/boxer/boxer.gif
  14. 14. Flight Recorder  “Black box” used in aircraft 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 14 Image Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Black_box.aeroplane.JPG
  15. 15. Java Flight Recorder  A profiling and event collection framework built into the Oracle JDK  Gather low level information about the JVM and application are behaving without performance impact (less than 2%)  Always on Profiling in Production Environments  Engine was released with Java 7 update 4 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 15
  16. 16. Data Collection  JFR stores data in a hierarchy of in-memory buffers.  The data is moved to the disk when the buffers are full  Initially the JFR stores data in thread-local buffers. (Improves throughput, no synchronization for every event)  Once the thread-local buffer has been filled, the data is transferred to a global buffer. (Requires synchronization)  After the buffers are full, the data is written to the disk 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 16
  17. 17. Data Analysis  JFR Plugin in JMC provides dynamic and in-depth analysis of all collected JFR data.  JFR enables users to analyze all aspects of a Java application  Can analyze the Code, Memory, Threads, Locks and I/O 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 17
  18. 18. Type of Events in JFR  Instant events – Events with only one time  Requestable events – Events with a user configurable period  Duration events – Event with a start and end time  Timed events – Duration events with a user configurable threshold 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 18
  19. 19. JFR Recoding Types  Time Fixed Recordings  Fixed duration  The recording will be opened automatically in JMC at the end(If the recording was started by JMC)  Continuous Recordings  No end time  Must be explicitly dumped 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 19
  20. 20. Enabling Java Flight Recorder  The server VM needs to be started with following options  -XX:+UnlockCommercialFeatures -XX:+FlightRecorder  Make sure to use JDK 7u40 or later  For remote monitoring, start with appropriate com.sun.management flags 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 20
  21. 21. Flight Recording from JMC  Right click on JVM and select “Start Flight Recording”  Select the type of recording: Time fixed / Continuous  Select the flight recording template  Modify the event options for the selected flight recording template (Optional)  Modify the event details (Optional) 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 21
  22. 22. Start Flight Recording Wizard 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 22
  23. 23. Event Options for Profiling 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 23
  24. 24. Event Details for Profiling 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 24
  25. 25. Flight Recording using startup flags  To produce a Flight Recording from the command line, you can use “- XX:StartFlightRecording” option. For example  - XX:StartFlightRecording=delay=20s,duration=60s,name=Test,filename=recording. jfr,settings=profile  Setting are in $JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/jfr  Use following to change log level  -XX:FlightRecorderOptions=loglevel=info 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 25
  26. 26. The Default Recording  Use default recording option to start a continuous recording  -XX:FlightRecorderOptions=defaultrecording=true  Default recording can be dumped on exit  Only the default recording can be used with the dumponexit and dumponexitpath parameters  - XX:FlightRecorderOptions=defaultrecording=true,dumponexit=true,dumponexit path=/tmp/dumponexit.jfr 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 26
  27. 27. Creating Recording with “jcmd” command  The command “jcmd” can also be used to start flight recording  Start Recording Example:  jcmd <pid> JFR.start delay=20s duration=60s name=MyRecording filename=/tmp/recording.jfr settings=profile  Check recording  jcmd <pid> JFR.check  Dump Recording  jcmd <pid> JFR.dump filename=/tmp/dump.jfr name=MyRecording 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 27
  28. 28. Analyzing Flight Recordings  JFR runtime engine dumps recorded data to files with *.jfr extension  These binary files can be viewed from JMC client  There are tab groups showing certain aspects of the JVM and the Java application runtime such as Memory, Threads, I/O etc. 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 28
  29. 29. Analyzing Flight Recordings 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 29
  30. 30. JFR Tab Groups  General – Details of the JVM, the system, and the recording.  Memory - Information about memory & garbage collection.  Code - Information about methods, exceptions, compilations, and class loading.  Threads - Information about threads and locks.  I/O: Information about file and socket I/O.  System: Information about environment  Events: Information about the event types in the recording 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 30
  31. 31. Operative Set  A global set of events  Events can be added or removed from the context menu  A check box is used to show events in the operative set 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 31
  32. 32. Flight Recording Demo  Time fixed & continuous recordings  Analyzing 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 32 Image Source: https://duke.kenai.com/gun/Gun.jpg
  33. 33. References  Java Mission Control  Marcus Hirt’s Blog  Advanced Java Diagnostics and Monitoring Without Performance Overhead - Oracle Whitepaper  Oracle Java SE Advanced  InfoQ - Mission Control and Flight Recorder on HotSpot JVM  JMC & JFR - Diagnostic Tools  JDK Development Tools  Java Mission Control and Flight Recorder Demo Series 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 33
  34. 34. Thank you! 04/12/2014Java Colombo Meetup 34 Image Source: https://duke.kenai.com/animations/DukeTuxChristmas.gif

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