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Adrianos Dadis
Adrianos is working as senior software engineer in telcos business domain. Particularly interested in enterprise integration, multi-tier architecture and middleware services. He mainly works with Weblogic, JBoss, Java EE, Spring, Drools, Oracle SOA Suite and various ESBs.

Java Thread at RUNNABLE state is not really running

Recently, I was doing an analysis/tuning on a Java application server installation in order to identify the bottlenecks and fix them. The most common action in such procedure (tuning) is to retrieve many Thread dumps, when system is on load. Please have in mind that heavy load (for some cases) may have side effects that they may lead us to ...

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JRockit – JRCMD useful commands

I have been using JRockit since many years 2007. I find it slower than Hotspot, but it has been always better on diagnosis and analysis of problems. Since last summer, I have been working for an international telecommunication systems vendor. We design and implement various products for telecom operators, on top of HP OpenCall Convergent Communication Platform. I am fan ...

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Setup Git server with read/write HTTPS on Debian

Three months ago we decided to move our projects to Git. I guess you already know the advantages of Git over Subversion, as there are too many discussions for this subject. I will describe here a fast and minimal configuration of how to turn a Debian GNU/Linux box to a Git server that supports read and write actions via HTTP(S). ...

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Beneficial CountDownLatch and tricky java deadlock

Have you ever used java.util.concurrent.CountDownLatch? It’s a very convenience class to achieve synchronization between two or more threads, where allows one or more threads to wait until a set of operations being performed in other threads completes (check javadoc and this post). CountDownLatch can save your time in suitable cases and you have to be aware of this class. As ...

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Concurrency optimization – Reduce lock granularity

Performance is very important in high load multi-threaded applications. Developers must be aware of concurrency issues in order to achieve better performance. When we need concurrency we usually have a resource that must be shared by two or more threads. In such cases we have a race condition, where only one of the threads will acquire the lock (on resource) ...

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