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From "Bill Barker" <>
Subject Re: check number of http connection in tomcat
Date Thu, 04 Mar 2010 04:15:00 GMT

"Caldarale, Charles R" <> wrote in message
>> From: André Warnier []
>> Subject: Re: check number of http connection in tomcat
>> 1) the correct link is probably : http://XXXx:8080/manager
> That will get you a 404 (at least on non-stone-age Tomcats).  The actual 
> manager URL is:
> http://XXXx:8080/manager/html

It's nice to see that 3.3.2 is still so popular.  I've gotten two questions 
about it in one week :).

Actually, the OP had the correct URL for TC 3.3.2.  It's called admin there, 
but works more like the manager for TC 4.0+.  Since it is from the 
stone-age, it has considerably less functionality.

To answer the OP, the instructions are in the index.html file under the 
/webapps/admin directory.  The short answer is that if you haven't changed 
the conf/apps-admin.xml (yes, TC 3.3 was the first one to have context 
configuration files), then you need to edit the conf/users/admin-users.xml 
to enable a user for the admin app.  The file posted by the OP is in the 
wrong  format (it is for TC 4.0+).

Of course, one of the things that the TC 3.3 admin app lacks is the ability 
to show the number of connections, so this will likely be of little use to 
the OP ;).  It mostly lets you start and stop webapps.  Since it shares 
connectors with later Tomcat versions, this information is available via JMX 

> - Chuck
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