The Wrapper offers some simple features which will aid you in tracking down any problems
that you may be having with your application.
Requesting a Thread Dump
The Wrapper contains support for requesting that the JVM dump out its current state.
The exact contents of the information will vary depending on which JVM is being run.
The Sun JVMs will display the
stack traces of all running threads to the console.
IBM JVMs provide even more useful information.
stack traces of all threads as well as object monitor states are dumped to the console.
In addition, a file is created in the current directory
which in addition to the information shown in the console also contains useful information
about the system including all of the environment variables.
A Thread Dump can be requested
on Windows systems by pressing CTRL-BREAK
or on Linux systems by pressing CTRL-\.
Invoking a thread dump does not affect the JVM. It will continue to run normally.
The startup for Linux and Solaris provided with the Wrapper installation,
launch the Wrapper in a background thread.
To request a thread dump using these scripts,
simply rerun the script specifying the 'dump' parameter.
Enabling Debug Logging
If the wrapper.debug property is set to TRUE,
it quickly enables debug logging.