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HI

We use  Kill -3  <PID>  to generate the Javacores   or the THreadDump  in UNIX

what is the cmd to get it in windows 2003  ?

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Check out the following document:

http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=2359&context=SS6JMN&dc=DB520&uid=swg21259615&loc=en_US&cs=UTF-8&lang=en&rss=ct2359websphere

Suggestions are different depending on if the AppServer is running as a Service or not. The above article should give you a good idea of what you need, even if you are using a different version of WAS.
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Thanks for the reply but how to do it practically if my process is number is  some 3404
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TRY:

SendSignal <pid>

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If you run into issues using SendSignal, there are some good tips at:

http://www.latenighthacking.com/projects/2003/sendSignal/

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Iam getting error if i USe the above one  any idea  


SendSignal.exe 5128
Sending signal to process 5128...
Access denied; retrying with increased privileges.
CreateRemoteThread failed with 0x00000005.
StartRemoteThread failed with 0x00000005.
0x00000005 == Access is denied.
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See this link

IBM MustGather: Performance, hang, or high CPU issues on Windows - United States
http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21111364

and look for collecting data manually

it has following steps along with bat file

# Download the attached script (windows_hang.bat) under profile_root\bin folder.

windows_hang.bat

This script will be used to automatically generate 3 javacores with 2 minutes interval. Before running the script, check the following:

   1. Name of the problematic server(s)
   2. If admin security is enabled then get the username/password.
   3. Check if the default SOAP port is changed. See FAQs for how to.

# For each of the problematic server(s) open a command prompt and go to profile_root\bin. Enter the following command to start the script:

windows_hang.bat [problem servername]
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Thanks for you help
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