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how to setup jconsole to monitor tomcat remotely
Joined: Nov 01, 2004
Apr 03, 2007 08:48:00
1) platforms: linux and tomcat-5.5. 20
2) I set the following option in $CATALINA_HOME/bin/catalina.sh:
3) I've also checked if port 9004 is listening using "netstat -l -t -n -p".
I can monitor
locally using jconsole without any issues. BUT, when I tried to do that remotely from a different machine via "jconsole myhost:9004", it failed to connect.
I also tried to telnet to myhost:9004, and that didn't work either. My firewall is not running. So, is there something that I'm missing???
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