|Any way of connecting a MAT standalone client to a remote MAT headless instance [message #921239]
||Mon, 24 September 2012 00:32
| Scott Murray
Registered: September 2012
My use case is. Huge memory dump, memory footprint of process is 21G, with resultant hprof file 32G. The process is running on a 64bit linux headless server.|
I run the MAT tool in headless mode on my linux server to produce the various index files:
./ParseHeapDump.sh ~/software/logs/dumps/java_pid4301.hprof org.eclipse.mat.api:suspects org.eclipse.mat.api:top_components > /tmp/ParseHeapDump.log 2>&1 &
This produces an extra 34G of index files.
I am then copying the 32G dump file and the 34Gs of indexes onto my local Windows XP PC. And I then run the MAT standalone GUI to analyze the tool.
What I want to be able to do is not have to copy the files to my windows Xp PC (which is puny and has limited memory and disk space) and run the MAT standalone client on my Windows XP PC and connect to another MAT process running on my powerful linux server?
Is this possible? If not has anyone considered changing MAT to support this?
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