Thanks for clarifying. This problem is now described in Monitoring section of the Geronimo 2.2 doc:
Do you mean to monitor the total number of threads that Geronimo is using (the whole JVM)? There's no such function in the admin console today. But it can be easily implemented by retrieving thread stat from the standard ThreadMXBean and adding it to the JVM stat. You might want to open a JIRA if you really want this, and I might be able to help out.
-Jack2009/3/24 jklcom99 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Is there a way that we can check for thread usage in the console?
Jack Cai wrote:
> I looked through the code to see how ConnectorThreadPool and
> DefaultThreadPool are actually used. It seems that ConnectorThreadPool is
> used by org.apache.geronimo.connector.work.GeronimoWorkManagerGBean in
> and DefaultThreadPool is used by Jetty and System-database. So their names
> are misleading in some sense. You cannot expect that the
> has any link with Tomcat's web connector. Hope this helps.
> 2009/3/12 jklcom99 <email@example.com>
>> I'm running 3/2/09 2.1.4-SNAPSHOT.
>> Geronimo console is reporting zero usages for both ConnectorThreadPool
>> DefaultThreadPool even with our application running.
>> ConnectorThreadPool is set to 30 Max
>> DefaultThreadPool is set to 200 min and 500 max
>> Thank you
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