will invoke a full garbage collection sweep in the JVM.
Be aware that doing this frequently can affect performance of the JVM, as a full sweep
will often cause all threads to freeze for the duration of the GC.
will stop the current JVM and then restart a new invocation.
Tells the Wrapper to suspend all timeouts used when the JVM is not responding.
<n> specifies the number of seconds to suspend timeouts, and should be in the range 1-3600 (1h).
This could be used if the Java application needs to perform a long blocking task and avoid having the Wrapper considering the application as unresponsive.
If several requests to suspend timeouts are made, the number of seconds specified by each request will not be summed.
Instead, the newly specified time will replace the remaining suspension time if it is longer, and will be ignored otherwise.
will tell the Wrapper to log the fact that a deadlock was detected,
but it will not actually do anything.
While the above tokens are all valid as value of an action property, depending on the situation, some of them may not be very useful in real-world scenarios.
Please choose the values that suit your use cases.