You may try referring to Oracle doc:
In Chapter 3, you will find some descriptions:
# jrcmd jrarecording time=300 filename=\home\oracle\jdata.xml.zip
Then it will record those in 300s interval.
Hope this help,
No it won't. So, you need to use another tool to read it.
If you got a chance of down time, what you can do is to add -Xmanagement option during the time you start your application running JRockit. Then, when you record, instead of using jrcmd, you may use
java -jar JraRecordingStarter_15.jar <server> <port> <filename> <recording_ time>
But then, you are using the tool ira run time analyser to view those output:
java -jar RuntimeAnalyzer.jar
Hope it help,