Azul Inspector is a Java program designed to collect information about a target Java application and its server environment. Developers, IT and performance engineers can use Azul Inspector to quickly determine the JDK version in use, maximum heap size setting and the values of a variety of other setup variables. More on how Azul Inspector can be used is available in this blog post.
Azul Inspector is complementary to the jHiccup open source performance measurement tool. jHiccup shows that a hiccup or variation in application response time occurred, while Azul Inspector will automatically find and report the System Qualification data for all JVMs on the system and for any JDK version. Azul Inspector can be run either from a desktop or on the target server itself. Note that in the latest version of Azul Inspector you do not need to use different commands if you are using JMX.
For companies pursuing a Zing trial evaluation, these data should be returned to an Azul engineer for analysis. You control all the output from Azul Inspector — no data is transferred to Azul without your permission. Azul is also committed to keeping your data confidential — Inspector output shared with Azul will not be provided to any third parties.
The Monitor scripts included in the Zip file can be used to monitor your runtime environment during testing.
- Unzip the file on the server you will use for testing the target application
- Run the “runMe.sh” script (please run it as sudo/root or as the application owner)
- If you are planning a Zing trial, email the AzulSystemQual.log file back to Azul for analysis
Delete the zip and unzip files
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