I am new to PowerShell and need help, I like to see what JVMs are running on a server.
Any kinda help is appreciated.
Id I remember correct the jps was the tool that lists the running jvms -> http://docs.oracle.com/javase/1.5.0/doc … e/jps.html
You can run via powershell just like in the command prompt.Of course you can use the get-process -> http://ss64.com/ps/get-process.html
but the instruments that comes with the java itself (the bin directory) are much better for java specific tasks.
Last edited by npocmaka (29 Nov 2012 21:06)