|Re: Can't successfully launch profiler [message #137871 is a reply to message #137798]
||Mon, 03 November 2008 14:59
| Eugene Chan
Registered: July 2009
Could you shut down Eclipse workbench, make sure there is no ACServer.exe
nor dangling java.exe running on your machine. Then restart Eclipse
workbench, go to Windows > Preferences > Integrated Agent Controller > Host,
and Test Connection on localhost to see if you have a successful connection
with the built-in Agent Controller (if the connection works okay, you should
also see an ACServer.exe started on your machine on demand).
Could you please check the workspace/.metadata/.log file for any error
"Clark Wright" <Clark.Wright@skillsoft.com> wrote in message
> I am trying to use tptp for some memory and cpu profiling on a standalone
> My config is JDK 1.5.9, Eclipse 3.4 and tptp 4.5.0.
> When I first launch eclipse, if I start a profiling session, it loads to
> 51% (jvmti instrumenting) and hangs. The ACServer is started, the vm for
> the app to be profiled is launched.
> After cleaning that up, any other profiling attempts hang at 27%
> (Launching Delegates).
> Any suggestions or ideas as to what is going on?
> Any other information I can provide?
> Nothing ends up in log file.
> Thank you,
> - Clark.
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