Tijmp is a small and fast memory profiler for Java 6 and later. It can be used to find out what objects exist on the Java heap. It can show why objects are not garbage collected.
|Tags||Software Development Debuggers Benchmark|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux OS Independent|
Release Notes: The owner dialog now shows array lengths. A button has been added that writes out full thread information to a file. A crash on Solaris has been fixed. This release searches more directories automatically on startup, so the flag for tijmp.jar is not needed as much anymore.
Release Notes: A base for method tracing was added. tijmp now registers with the bootstrap classloader (instead of the system classloader) so that tijmp gets more permissions by default. Monitor and lock information were added to the thread dialog.
Release Notes: This release adds a dialog for thread inspection. The object owner's dialog could sometimes show java.lang.Class for static references; now it shows the actual class name.
Release Notes: This release adds a class inspection dialog. It adds a tree that shows all Strings. There is a lot of code cleanup regarding ecj warnings.
Release Notes: A memory graph was added. A few fixes were made to make it work on Windows.