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WebSphere Performance Data

 
Parul Dholakia
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How do I get the performance data, resource usage, EJBs life cycle etc.. data from web sphere application server. Basically the data that Resource Analyser displays or data that administrative console displays.
thanks in advance,
 
Rahul Mahindrakar
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I understand that you want something like a text file containing the data. Isn't it.
 
vivek oza
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I get a feeling that WAS 3.5/4.0 must be publishing performance/monitoring data thru WAS API's, so is it possible thru external world to get the said data of WAS 3.5/4.0? and if so what API's of WAS 3.5/4.0 are available to external world?
any pointers to this would be highly appreciative.
 
Peter Kristensson
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The data that the admin console displays can be extracted using the wscp.
The data from RA isn't quite as easy, I've spent some time trying to figure out how to dump EJB lifecycles, current EJB-connection-pool usage and such stuff to a file. Haven't figured out a good way yet, so if anyone knows of any way of doing this, please let me know.
/Peter
 
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