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7 replies Latest Post - 2012-04-26T10:39:11Z by peacocb
Pinned topic Empty object allocation tab
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My health center client connects to the JVM but in garbage collection view the object allocated tab shows nothing. The heap usage is working fine with free and used memory and pause time. I am using version 2.0
Updated on 2012-04-26T10:39:11Z at 2012-04-26T10:39:11Z by peacocb
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK188 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Empty object allocation tab2012-02-14T08:20:15Z in response to pradeepbmHi,
Have you enabled collection of Object Allocations by clicking on "Monitored JVM" in the menu bar and then selecting "GC Data Collection Settings". This should bring you up a configuration box. Here you can "Enable collections of object allocation events within thresholds".
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Re: Empty object allocation tab2012-02-21T21:58:42Z in response to pradeepbmHi,
Are you connecting to a vm which is using an agent version of 2.0 or is it 1.3?
There may be an issue with the Health Center 2.0 client not recognizing some of the capabilities when it is connected to a 1.3 agent.
Is it possible to update the agent to the latest 2.0? This is available from the help in the Health Center 2.0 client in ISA.
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Re: Empty object allocation tab2012-04-24T18:53:57Z in response to pradeepbmI enabled 'collection of Object Allocations events withing thresholds', and still have the 'Write verbose gc' and 'Enable collection of call stacks for sampled object allocation events' greyed out. I installed HC 2.0 and ISA is running on Windows 32 bit and WAS is running on Linux 64 bit.
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