Tag Archives: JVisualvm

Tips and Tricks using Coherence JVisualVM Plug-in

Happy new year to all. Thought I’d start off this year with a post about some tips and tricks in using the Coherence JVisualVM plug-in, which has been available with Coherence installations since 12.1.3. There are a number of properties … Continue reading

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Updated Coherence Plug-in with Java 9 Mission Control

Overview With the official release of JDK 9, Java Mission Control (JMC) was also updated to 6.0.  Something that had bugged me for many years was that the old JMC included an “experimental” Coherence plug-in to view cache and service … Continue reading

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New Features in Coherence 12.2.1 JVisualVM Plug-in

Along with Coherence 12.2.1, we introduced a new version of the JVisualVM Plug-in supporting major new Coherence functionality such as Persistence and Federation, as well as including small incremental improvements. Persistence As per our release notes: “Coherence persistence is a set … Continue reading

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Updated Coherence JVisualVM Plugin in Latest Coherence Patch

We have just released Coherence 12.1.3.0.1, (Patch 20164069) which is the first patch set on top of 12.1.3.  As part of this patch there are a few updates to the Coherence JVisualVM Plugin that improve the range of functionality that … Continue reading

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VisualVM Coherence Plugin Released through the Coherence Incubator 12.1.0

We have just released Coherence Incubator 12.1.0 which contains some pretty exciting additions.   I’ll post a link to Brian Oliver’s announcement soon, but I wanted to point out one addition in particular, the JVisualVM Developer Plug-In. This Plug-In provides … Continue reading

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