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Starting instrumentation agent after VM startup

 
 
qabi01@gmail.com
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      12-14-2006
The new JDK 6 instrumentation API mentions the possiblity for "Starting
Agents After VM Startup".

Unfortunately it isn't very specific: "The system class loader [..]
must support a mechanism to add an agent JAR file to the system class
path."

Can anybody provide me with a working example of how to bootstrap an
agent from within the VM after it has started? Is it possible to load
the agent directly and not from a jar file in the filesystem?

Thanks,

-dennis

 
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