|jstack||Display stack traces for a Java process
jstack [ options ] pid // local process
jstack [ options ] executable core // core file
jstack [ options ] [process-name@]hostname // remote process
stack traces for each of the Java threads running in the specified
Java process. jstack can be started in three
Specify the process id of a Java process running locally to obtain
configuration information about it. See jps to
list local processes.
To obtain post-mortem configuration information from a core file,
specify the Java executable that produced the core file and the core
file itself on the command line.
To obtain configuration information about a Java process running
remotely, specify the name of the remote host, optionally prefixed by
a remote process name and @ sign. jsadebugd must
be running on the remote host.
In Java 5.0, jstack is experimental,
unsupported, and not available on all platforms.
- -help, -h
Prints a help message.
Displays stack traces in "mixed
mode," that is, displays both Java and native method
stack frames. Without this option, the default is to display Java
stack frames only.