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From "Chris Clark" <>
Subject RE: Cocoon in Business Environements and its shortfalls
Date Thu, 28 Aug 2003 14:45:12 GMT
	>> 2) Monitoring is not intuitive. If you are deploying a business application
	>> with 20 cocurrent Cocoon instances, you need a way to cohesively monitor the
	>> health of the entire cluster. Separate log files just arent sufficient.
	>> Something like JMX instrumentation would be ideal.
	> Understood.  Keep in mind that Cocoon does have some instrumentation available
	> to it through Avalon's instrumentation package.  It has a nice client that can
	> connect to remote servers.  That way you can monitor your Cocoon instances from
	> your desk, and see their relative happiness.

	(More appropriate for the User's list, yes, but since it was mentioned here...)

	Is there any documentation on this?  How to use/access?  I don't remember reading anything
about this on the Cocoon site...  For reference, I'm currently just using the bundled version
of Jetty.


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