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From Enrique Arizón <e_arizon_ben...@yahoo.com>
Subject RE: Tomcat tool similar to "top" (Solved!)
Date Wed, 09 Apr 2008 17:05:25 GMT
Answering myself, and in case someone else is
interested:

Looks that newest versions of tomcat mananager provide
some info about resource usage in a human readable
way. Once setup all that needed is to point to:

 http://MyServer:8080/manager/status/all

And quite detailed info will be providen about each
webapp with an output similar to:

localhost/wepapp1

Startup time: 2 ms TLD scan time: 0 ms
Active sessions: 0 Session count: 0 Max active
sessions: 0 Rejected session creations: 0 Expired
sessions: 0 Processing time: 4 ms
JSPs loaded: 0 JSPs reloaded: 0


Regards,

Enrique


--- Enrique Arizón <e_arizon_benito@yahoo.com>
escribió:

> Hi,
> 
>  I have a tomcat server with around 50 diferents
> small
> apps running on it.
> 
>  Time to time one of those apps gets out of control,
> but standard OS tools like top just show the java
> process running up to 200% of CPU usage.
> 
>  I setup tomcat to allow jconsole to connect and
> monitor it. Still jconsole doesn't provide the
> needed
> info. That's, something similar to "top" (process
> monitor on Windows, prstat on Solaris) indicating
> the
> VM/CPU usage percentage.
> 
>  Does anyone have a similiar problem and knowns how
> to
> fix it?
> 
> Regards!
> 
>  Enrique
> 


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