Visual VM gives you a deeper insight of your application and helps in locating the problematic areas. In this post we will talk about configuring visual VM , setting it up with tomcat and analyzing application bottleneck.
- Posted by: vinay singh
- Posted on: November 16 2010 00:09 EST
SUN JVM only.
VisualVM runs fine on Apple's Java as well (which is, of course, a heavily modified Sun/Oracle JRE), and it can monitor a whole range of JREs: Sun/Oracle, OpenJDK, Apple, JRockit, IBM, HP-UX (on PA-RISC), and -using extensions- even SAP and Diablo (on BSD).
I ran the visual VM on Sun Java but as pointed by Ulf , I see no reson why other JVM's can not support it.