Dump threads output IntelliJ 5?

Hi,
This might be a really stupid question but... Where is the output from
the "tread dump" command displayed?
If I run an application within the IDE, push the "thread dump" button,
nothing whatsoever is displayed in the output window. (I'm running under
linux)

/Anders

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This most probably means you have a linux kernel that
is incompatible with "thread dump" implementation.


"Anders Rillbert" <anders.rillbert@tritech.se> wrote in message
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Hi,
This might be a really stupid question but... Where is the output from
the "tread dump" command displayed?
If I run an application within the IDE, push the "thread dump" button,
nothing whatsoever is displayed in the output window. (I'm running under
linux)

>

/Anders



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Errrr,
with /proc file system present and with main thread PPID equal to JVM
process PID.

BTW, if you know some other clean way of sending a signal to JVM process
from application main thread, then we could change this behaviour.

Eugene.

"Robert Gibson" <robbie_usenet@yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message
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Which ones are compatible?
R



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OK, I vaguely wondered if you were doing some behind-the-scenes JVMTI
action.
By the way, my Linux kernel seems to correspond to your description and
the button doesn't work :( I've filed a bug
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEA-5664

R

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