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  Runs the application in the Java HotSpot VM client.
  .TP
  \f[V]-trackallthreads\f[R]
  Track all threads as they are created, including virtual threads.
  See \f[B]Working With Virtual Threads\f[R] below.
- Virtual threads are a preview feature of the Java platform.
  .TP
  \f[V]-tserver\f[R]
  Runs the application in the Java HotSpot VM server.
  .TP
  \f[V]-J\f[R]\f[I]option\f[R]
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  .PP
  Other options are supported to provide alternate mechanisms for
  connecting the debugger to the JVM that it\[aq]s to debug.
  .SH WORKING WITH VIRTUAL THREADS
  .PP
- Virtual threads are a preview feature of the Java platform.
- Preview features may be removed in a future release, or upgraded to
- permanent features of the Java platform.
- .PP
  Often virtual theads are created in such large numbers and frequency
  that they can overwhelm a debugger.
  For this reason by default JDB does not keep track of virtual threads as
  they are created.
  It will only keep track of virtual threads that an event has arrived on,
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