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Nikos Nicolaides
Beginner

LMS 3.2 .hprof files

Hello,

We are facing the following issue with our LMS installation:

Hard disk gets full with .hprof files located at C:\Program Files\CSCOpx .

These are 'java profiler' dump files.

Does anyone know a way to disable java dumps?

Regards,

Nicos

TIA, Nicos Nicolaides
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AFROJ AHMAD
Cisco Employee

Hi Nicos,

HPROF is a demonstration profiler shipped with the IBM SDK that uses the JVMTI to collect and record information about Java execution. Use it to work out which parts of a program are using the most memory or processor time. To improve the efficiency of your applications, you must know which parts of the code are using large amounts of memory and CPU resources. HPROF is one of the nonstandard extensions to java, and is invoked like this: java -Xrunhprof[:=,...] When you run Java with HPROF, an output file is created at the end of program execution. This file is placed in the current working directory and is called java.hprof.txt (java.hprof if binary format is used) unless a different filename has been given. This file contains a number of different sections, but the exact format and content depend on the selected options. If you need more information about HPROF than is contained in here, see http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/Programming/HPROF.html So mostly your server is making these logs on the original folder CSCOpx whenever there is a Java execution and because LMS is heavily java based they all are in the working directory. So, in future even if you remove them, they may come again, but in short will not impact LMS.

Thanks

Afroj

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