How to get a javacore dump and a system core dump?
1. To get a Javacore dump:
- On Windows: you can use the jcmd command with the help of Java Virtual Machine (JVM) Process Identifier (PID).
- On Linux/UNIX: use the kill –3 PID command, where PID is the process identifier of the JVM. If a system core dump is enabled, the javacore and a system core dump will appear in the directory.
2. To get a system core dump:
- On Windows: open the command prompt and type “Ctrl+Break” to generate a system core dump.
- On Linux/UNIX: use the “kill –6 PID” command, where PID is the process identifier of the running Java application. The system core dump will be generated in the same directory.
What is the connection between vitamin B6 and magnesium?
Vitamin B6 and magnesium are necessary for the body to effectively regulate its metabolism, growth and development. Vitamin B6 helps the body absorb and use dietary magnesium, while magnesium helps to activate vitamin B6 in metabolizing proteins, fats and carbohydrates, as well as absorbing and using other vitamins and minerals.
How do you get rid of clumps on an apple tree?
Clumps on apple trees are caused by a fungal disease known as apple scab. The best way to prevent clumps from developing is to maintain an effective preventative disease management program by following good cultural practices such as proper pruning, adequate soil fertility, and avoiding overwatering or low soil fertility. Additionally, chemical fungicides can be used to help reduce the number of clumps on apple trees, but should always be used in combination with a good cultural practices program.
What are numeric data types in SQL?
Numeric data types in SQL include:
- INTEGER: holds whole numbers (no decimals)
- DECIMAL: holds decimal values
- FLOAT: holds floating point numbers (numbers with decimals)
- REAL: holds larger numbers more efficiently than float
- BIT: holds a single 0 or 1 (true/false) value
- SMALLINT: holds small integers
- BIGINT: holds large integers
How do mites spread the rose rosette virus?
Rose rosette virus is spread by mites by contact between the mites and rose plants. When mites feed on the leaves of an infected rose, they ingest the virus and spread it to other plants as they move around. The virus is also spread when pruning or other contact between plants occurs.