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From "Howard W. Smith, Jr." <smithh032...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Help in diagnosing server unresponsiveness
Date Sat, 02 Feb 2013 02:49:52 GMT
>>
>> What is the best way to look into the JPA? via JMX?
>
>
> In development, I do use NetBeans with Profiler (memory or cpu profile are
> good start point). In test environment I do use JRockit Mission Control
> remote monitoring. I do not use any of these in production.
> Probably would be possible to monitor using JMX (via JMX Proxy Servlet in
> Tomcat?)
>
> There is one interesting blog entry here:
> http://blog.vennster.nl/2012/09/managing-eclipselink-using-jmx.html
> But I never tried that, just had in my favorits "just in case".
>

Earlier, I think I saw you (or someone else) mention/recommend JRockit
if you're using JDK6 (I could be wrong though). If that is the case, I
migrated most of my source code from JDK6 to JDK7 (switch,
ArrayList<>, ...), so I may not be able to use that.

I like how you favorite/bookmark for  'just in case'... i do the same. :)

Thanks for sharing. I briefly looked at the page you referenced and
saw 'weblogic'... I hope i would be able to configure the same for
'tomcat'. :)

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