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 Getting alerts when Java processes crash

When bugs occur in the Java runtime environment, most administrators want to get notified so they can take corrective action. These actions can range from restarting a Java process, collecting postmortem data or calling in application support personnel to debug the situation further. The Java runtime has a number of useful options that can be used for this purpose. The following blog post describes two of these options, and how they can be used to alert operational staff to problems with the Java runtime.

 (Submitted by Matty Wed Feb 6, 2008 )

  


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