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Tomcat Server Running Status

Vadivel Murugesan
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Joined: Jul 19, 2008
Posts: 11
Hi..,

I want to get Application(Apache Server, MySQL Server...etc) Running Process Status using java(Any API).

I can use Runtime.exec("tasklist") to get Running Process Informations.
For tomcat Server the process name would be tomcat5.exe.
So i can easily match the string with running process to get application is running or not
But if i load tomcat server in Eclipse means the process name might javaw.exe in Tasklist.

So i can not use Runtime.exec("tasklist") for this case.

So Anybody can help me to solve this issue?

Thanks in Advance Dude..
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Levi
SCJP 1.4


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William Brogden
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You can talk directly to the Tomcat Manager application using simple GET urls and parsing the returned text.

See the manager-howto.html and html-manager-howto.html files in a typical tomcat docs installation. Manager does not come with the standard Tomcat install, you have to add it separately.

Bill.
Vadivel Murugesan
Greenhorn

Joined: Jul 19, 2008
Posts: 11
Thanks for Reply

yep you are right!!! i can get running status of Apache Tomcat Server By
conf/server.xml

But my problem is, i need to find status of any server(DB server, Appl Server or Web Servers ) which would given by User

By your reply, i have coded to find status of Tomcat by using server.xml, but it makes application dependency.. i need to develop application independent tool..

Could you help me for this case.

 
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