Java Flight Recorder (JFR) is a commercial feature that can be enabled in Java 8 update 40 (8u40) or later, and can be dynamically enabled with JMC 5.5. It can be used to profile the Java application and troubleshoot performance issues.
It can be run through the JMC plugin, the command line, or through the Diagnostic Command.
To enable JFR, you have to start Spring Boot application using the command -XX:+UnlockCommercialFeatures and -XX:+FlightRecorder.
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Java Flight Recorder (JFR) is a commercial feature that can be enabled in Java 8 update 40 (8u40) or later, and can be dynamically enabled with JMC 5.5. There are two types of recordings available in JFR, Time Fixed and Continuous, and there are two event settings by default in Oracle JDK. JFR can be run through the JMC plugin, the command line, or through the Diagnostic Command, and it can be used to profile the Java application and troubleshoot performance issues.
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This post provides an overview of the Java Flight Recorder (JFR) and Java Mission Control (JMC) tools, which were previously proprietary features of the Oracle JDK. It explains how to use the JFR and JMC tools, as well as how to configure the JFR and JMC settings to enable it. It also provides a demo of how to use the JFR and JMC tools to troubleshoot Java applications with OpenJDK 11.
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To enable Java Flight Recorder, you have to start Spring Boot application using the command shown below.
• XX:+UnlockCommercialFeatures is used to tell Java to unlock commercial features as JFR is a commercial feature.
• XX:+FlightRecorder is used to tell JVM that we want to use JFR.
Using Java Flight Recorder to Profile Spring Boot applications
az spring app deployment generate-thread-dump \ --resource-group <resource-group-name> \ --service <Azure- Spring -Apps-instance-name> \ --app <app-name> \ --deployment <deployment-name> \ --app-instance <app-instance name> \ --file-path <your-target-file-path-in-your-persistent-storage-mount-path> Start JFR
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