Jstack - Printing Java Stack Traces
jstack - print Java stack traces of Java threads for a specified Java process
Note: This command is experimental and unsupported.
jstack [options] pid
This represents the
jstack command-line options. See Options for the jstack Command.
The process ID for which the stack trace is printed. The process must be a Java process.
To get a list of Java processes running on a machine, use either the
ps command or, if the JVM processes are not running in a separate docker instance.
jstack command prints Java stack traces of Java threads for a specified Java process. For each Java frame, the full class name, method name, byte code index (BCI),
and line number, when available, are printed. C++ mangled names aren't demangled.
To demangle C++ names, the output of this command can be piped to
When the specified process is running on a 64-bit JVM, you might need to specify the
-J-d64 option, for example:
jstack -J-d64 pid.
This command is unsupported and might not be available in future releases of the JDK. In Windows Systems where the
dbgeng.dll file isn't present, the Debugging Tools for Windows must be installed so that these tools work. The
PATH environment variable needs to contain the location of the
jvm.dll that is used by the target process, or the location from which the core dump file was produced.
Options for the jstack Command
The long listing option prints additional information about locks.
Prints a help message.
Last update: September 14, 2021