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JProbe and J2EE 6.45 - server node waiting for start

Hello,

to profile code on a 6.45 J2EE-Engine i installed JProbe Suite 5.2.3. I used the configtool to add the java parameters for the server node and created a jpl.startup file. But when restarting the server node, it only says 'Waiting for start' and that's it. Having a look at the developer trace in the sapmmc shows that the jvm is not loaded for the server node. All specific changes for the jpl.file regarding JProbe version are done.

What can be wrong?

Regards, Alexander

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    Posted on Apr 08, 2005 at 08:18 AM

    Hi Alexander,

    Probably this is not directly linked to JProbe + WebAS combo, but anyway: at my machine server node fails to start due to big value of maximum heap defined (768M by default). I change it to 512M (updating -ms parameter accordingly) and everything start to work.

    VS

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  • Posted on Apr 08, 2005 at 08:39 AM

    Hello Valery,

    the server was up and running before; if i remove the two java parameters, the server starts up properly.

    I guess the problem is somewhere in the .jpl launchpad-file, in the settings for the JVM...

    Regards, Alexander

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  • Posted on Apr 08, 2005 at 12:11 PM

    Found the error.

    I had to change some settings in the .jpl file according to the J2EE-Engine, now it works.

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