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Java: jstat: not working, how do I run it?

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Hello Experts,

having problems running jstat.

here is what I am doing:

jdkDir> jstat -gc processPID 250 2

but it keeps saying that the PID is not found or it throws a java exception. I confirm, via task manager (windows) tomcat's PID and it is running. Yet, I can not run jstat.

can you experts help?

thx,

Regards,
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check the version of java and where the jstat is enabled!
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got it... thk u!
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