JIP is a Java Interactive Profiler. It is not a true profiler like hprof because it’s only interactive when your program is running. However, it does turn on and off so it is very useful for low overhead profiling.
JIP has the following features:
￭ Interactive mode: If the JIP VM is turned on while your application is running, JIP shows you a table that is similar to the output of hprof. However, unlike hprof, it is interactive, so you can start and stop the VM at will. You can filter the data so you can focus only on the data that you need to view.
￭ No native code: JIP does not use any native code. In fact, JIP actually hooks the JVM classloader which allows it to capture the timing data it requires.
￭ Very low overhead: Like hprof, you can turn the JIP VM on and off. However, you don’t have to worry about performance degradation because JIP only modifies classes and packages that you select. The overhead of JIP is very small.
￭ Performance Timings: Like hprof, you can view the timings of your application. However, JIP actually tracks the amount of time to gather the data so you can see that data too!
￭ Filters: Like hprof, you can filter the packages and classes that you view in JIP. This is extremely useful because you can turn off profiler output for only the classes and packages that you want to see. This is also very useful for profiling nested packages.
￭ Web Profiling: JIP includes web support. You can hook the classes, packages and static methods of the web container so you can profile the web application. This is very useful for web applications and it allows you to profile the entire web container.
Here are some examples of how to use JIP to profile a web application:
1. Using a webapp server: You can use the command line to start a web application. However, if you need to profile the web application at the same time, you can use JIP. Here are a few ways that you can do this:
a. Deploy an hprof jar file to your web application: To profile your web application on a web server, you can use the following command to start it:
java -server -Xmx256m -Djava.util.logging.config.file= eea19f52d2
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