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MXBean question in regards to tomcat

 
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Hi,

I have written a small utility to fetch information from tomcat in regards to sessions. The utility will send email if we go above certain thresholds. The problem I have is the number and I can figure out why the numbers show like the show:

This is the explanation about the data taken from jconsole:

Active sessions: Number of sessions at this moment
Total sessions: Total number of sessions created by this manager
Expired sessions: Number of sessions that expired (Does not include explicit invalidations)

These are our number:

Number of active session are: 63
Number of total sessions are: 1357
Number of expired sessions are: 2756

Why are the expired sessions more than the total sessions?

Any ideas?

We are running 2 app servers with a load balancer.
 
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