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Kevin Florish
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Sounds like a great product.

How does the reporting side of the tool work?

Can you set diagnostics to report on the amount of free memory over a period of time as an example.

Thanks Kevin.
 
Kees Jan Koster
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Dear Kevin,

You can view your free memory in the widget in the form of a graph. The basic version shows your JVM's free memory over two days. That is good to analyse immediate memory issues and memory leaks. I explain that in this blog post on what a memory leak looks like.

Java-monitor also offers reporting over longer periods of time, so you can track slow memory leaks. I blogged about finding slow memory leaks too.

Does this answer your question?

Kees Jan
 
Meena Ajay
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Kevin Florish wrote:Sounds like a great product.

How does the reporting side of the tool work?

Can you set diagnostics to report on the amount of free memory over a period of time as an example.

Thanks Kevin.

Hi Kees,
How can reporting of the monitoring diagnostics be automated? Is this purely GUI- based monitoring? Or does it produce reports which can be collected, emailed etc., through scripts?
Thanks,
Meena
 
Kees Jan Koster
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Hi Kevin and Meena,

Interesting questions. I am curious: how would you use that? What problem would that solve for you?

Kees Jan
 
Meena Ajay
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Kees Jan Koster wrote:Hi Kevin and Meena,

Interesting questions. I am curious: how would you use that? What problem would that solve for you?

Kees Jan

Hi Kees,

Just read the following from java-monitor.com . So I was looking for notifications like being sent out through emails.that way we get to know what's happening with the server without having to regularly keep checking it.guess this answers my question.

Thanks,
Meena

"Still trying your app to see if your server is working? Java-monitor sends you free notifications when your server is off-line, so you can stop checking. Java-monitor can also send an advance warning when your server is about to go off-line. You can respond without your users ever seeing a problem."
 
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Dear Meena,

Good to hear.

Kees Jan
 
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