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== Camel Example Flight Recorder
=== Introduction
This example demonstrates how to integrate Camel with Java Flight Recorder
which can be used to diagnose your JVM applications.
In JDK Mission Control (visualisation tool for flight recorder), you can browse Camel events
which for example can help diagnose problems with slow startup of Camel routes.
=== How to run
You can run this example using
$ mvn camel:run
And then after Camel has been started up, a recording is saved to disk (current directory), where you can see
from the logs the location of the file, such as:
Flight recorder recording saved: ./camel-recording13093057117733087947.jfr
You can then open this `jfr` file in JDK Mission Control and browse the information.
In the Event Browser you can find the Camel Startup events, which can help pin-point to where
Camel is slow to startup.
NOTE: The recording is started when Camel is bootstrapped, and therefore not from the very beginning of the JVM.
To capture from the JVM beginning you can run java with `-XX:StartFlightRecording`.
=== Using logger instead of flight recorder
Instead of capturing a recording you can configure Camel to log the startup steps instead by setting
camel.main.startup-recorder = logging
In the `` file.
=== Help and contributions
If you hit any problem using Camel or have some feedback, then please[let us know].
We also love contributors, so[get involved] :-)
The Camel riders!