IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager for Application Diagnostics, Version 7.1.0.1

Change a JVM thread's priority


If a thread is executing too slowly, you can change its priority by moving it up in the stack, so that it can process a request quickly.  


Change a thread's priority:

  1. From the top navigation, click...

      Problem Determination > JVM Thread Display

  2. Select a group and a server to view the running threads. The JVM Thread Display page opens showing all top-level thread group running in the selected server.

  3. Select and click to the right of the thread for detailed information.

  4. From the priority list box in the Thread Properties table, select a number. Priority 1 is the lowest and priority 10 is the highest.

  5. Click Change Priority. The priority list box displays the priority you selected for the thread to execute request. When changing a thread's priority, be aware that the new priority remains for the life of the thread. As a result, any requests assigned to that thread after the change hold that priority during that request's lifetime.


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JVM thread display


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