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JAMon suitable for production environment ?

Vikrama Sanjeeva
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Joined: Sep 02, 2001
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Hi,

JAMon documentation says its for production env. But normally on production logging is kept minimal as much as possible.

Do anyone of you have used JAMon in production environment and how do you find it ? Both in terms of integrating it within your code and tuning application based on JAMon statistics ?

Thanks

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steve souza
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JAMon is an in memory operation and does not log anything. It can also be disabled at any time during runtime. Typically I monitor any IO (page requests, sql) with jamon, and any high level business methods that encapsulate a lot of business logic. The statistics are very useful for tracking down performance problems.


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