The -XX:+ExtensiveErrorReports enables more detailed and thorough error
information to be written to the error file, as determined by the -XX:ErrorFile
This option can be useful when attempting to diagnose the causes of a JVM crash.
However it tends to produce very large error files that waste disk space if the
data is not actually being used. Also the file may contain sensitive information,
e.g. the contents of the JVM memory which may include passwords and other
secrets. Therefore care should be taken before sending the error file to a third
The -XX:-ExtensiveErrorReports flag disables extensive error reports,
which is the default. Where both -XX:+ExtensiveErrorReports and
-XX:-ExtensiveErrorReports have been used on a command line, the last one
Extensive error reports are disabled by default.
Arguments Related to -XX:+ExtensiveErrorReports:
TODO: Link to -XX:ErrorFile TODO: link to -XX:OnError TODO: link to
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