JVM arguments master sheet

This is a master sheet with most of the JVM arguments: JVM ArgumentDescription-XbatchDisables background compilation so that compilation of all methods proceeds as a foreground task until completed. To learn more click here.-Xbootclasspath:<paths>Specifies a list of directories, JAR files, and ZIP archives separated by colons (:) in Unix and semicolons (;) in Windows to search for... Continue Reading →

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Fun Friday Chronicles – April and May ‘23

Taking a break from the daily grind is essential for everyone, allowing us to recharge and find a balance. We, at yCrash, understand the importance of creating a workplace that nurtures both productivity and well-being. That's why, one month ago, we introduced Fun Fridays—an initiative designed to bring joy and foster closer connections among our... Continue Reading →

Diagnose CPU spike in a non-intrusive manner!

In this post, we are going to discuss a non-intrusive approach (i.e., approach that doesn’t add any noticeable overhead to the application) to diagnose CPU spike. Thus, you can use this approach in your production environment to troubleshoot CPU spikes. Works on all JVM languages: This approach can be used to troubleshoot CPU spikes in... Continue Reading →

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