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From Jatin Davey <jasho...@cisco.com>
Subject Re: Resource Consumption
Date Tue, 03 Nov 2009 11:56:45 GMT
For monitoring of Java applications , you could also use JConsole that 
comes packaged with JDK 1.5 and later.

Thanks
Jatin

Maria Alejandra Trozzi wrote:
> Hi !! thank you very much again!! At this time It's running on windows, but
> we also have some servers on Linux and applications on Java, so all this
> information is of great interest!!
> 2009/11/3 Jatin Davey <jashokda@cisco.com>
>
>   
>> If the server is running on windows Platforms , You could use the "perfmon"
>> utility to monitor resource consumption on the server. Very good tool for
>> windows which can give you raw resource utilization data in a .csv file. Use
>> it with any plotter to get graphical results. If its a linux box then you
>> may try a tool called as: "collectl". There are numerous tools available for
>> this purpose. Just google for it.
>>
>> Thanks
>> Jatin
>>
>>
>> Deepak Shetty wrote:
>>
>>     
>>> Jmeter can only be used to simulate concurrent load, which can tell you a
>>> problem exists, but can't really tell you where or what the problem is .
>>> If you want resource consumption (CPU memory) you will have to use a
>>> OS/app
>>> server specific tool. There is a monitor results Listener in jmeter but it
>>> is specific to tomcat (but you could implement it for your web container).
>>> thread deadlock etc would be indicated to Jmeter as the sample does not
>>> return (or takes increasingly longer times with loads) but you would have
>>> to
>>> profile your application while jmeter is running to diagnose the cause
>>>
>>> regards
>>> deepak
>>>
>>> For threads deadlock etc
>>>
>>> On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 11:27 AM, Maria Alejandra Trozzi
>>> <matrozzi@gmail.com>wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>       
>>>> Hi
>>>> I'm starting using Jmeter and it's great! but I can't find reports on
>>>> resource consumption tests (CPU, memory...) and threads (deadlocks,
>>>> contention, etc.) Can I do it with jmeter? If not, is there any other
>>>> stress
>>>> tool to acomplish this ?
>>>>
>>>> Thanks !
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>         
>>>
>>>       
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