1. Can I force generation of a JVM crash log file? stackoverflow.com
The log file from a JVM crash contains all sorts of useful information for debugging, such as shared libraries loaded and the complete environment. Can I force the JVM to generate ...
2. It is posible to write hs_err_pid*.log in a specific directory (different than the class directory) when java virtual machine crash? stackoverflow.com
When a java application crash outside the java virtual machine generate a log file hs_err_pidXXXX.log in the same directory than the class running. It's posible generate this file in a different ...
3. No hs_err_pid.log file created and core dumped from jvm on Solaris stackoverflow.com
After a while of running my java server application I am experiencing strange behaviour of Oracle Java virtual machine on Solaris. Normally, when there is a crash of jvm
5. Specifying log file as jvm argument not working forums.oracle.com
I've long used the java.util.logging by having a logging.properties file and specifying the "java.util.logging.FileHandler.pattern" in that file and specifying the location of the logging.properties as a jmv arg (-Djava.util.logging.config.file=logging.properties). No issues with that. I now, however, want to override the file pattern by using a jvm arg (-Djava.util.logging.FileHandler.pattern=somename.log), but when I do that, I get no file log output. If I ...
6. JVM log files forums.oracle.com