A memory profiler for java.
TIJmp is written to be fast and have a small footprint, both memory- and cpu-wise. This means that the jvm will run at almost full speed, until you use tijmp to find some information.
TIJjmp uses C code to talk to the jvm and it uses swing to show the the tables of information. So tijmp is written in C (using jvmti and jni) and Java.
TIJmp runs in the same jvm as the program being profiled. This means that it can easily get access to all things jvmti/jni has to offer.
This project is distributed under the General Public License, GPL.
In a hurry? Add it to your Download Basket!
What's New in This Release:
- The owner dialog now shows array lengths.
- A button has been added that writes out full thread information to a file.
- A crash on Solaris has been fixed.
- This release searches more directories automatically on startup, so the flag for tijmp.jar is not needed as much anymore.