[jboss-user] [Performance Tuning] - Re: jboss Web-Console Memory

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Thu Jun 4 09:17:40 EDT 2009

"PeterJ" wrote : You can find out what the app server is doing at any point in time by taking a thread dump and examining the stack trace for each thread.

In my system thread dump is not possible. Because i have configured my log using log4j. So as per old conversation it is not possible to generate dump in that. 

"PeterJ" wrote : As far as memory is concerned, what you are noticing does not strike me as an issue - a single request that allocates a lot of objects, such as for a daily/weekly/monthly report, can cause such a spike in memory usage. 

Yes, When it becomes below 300 system becomes slow. I am asking is it possible to get what all are happening in the application server in a particular period. I know that the application programs which executes is making the issue. But i don't how to identify which program takes more memory. 

Please guide me to find out a solution .

Thanks And Regards

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