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Hi,

I have an application deployed on WebSphere 7.0 , Fixpack 13.
Spring based application with a front end on struts framework. Persistence - EJB2.0 and Hibernate.

Can you please let me know if there is a tool to monitor the system performance
1. I need to check the status of the database connection pool (as to how many sessions are created, active, destroyed etc.)
2. Number of threads that are executing, no of hung threads, etc.
3. Heap size

Regards,
Pradeep.
 
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You could use built in monitoring facility, Performance Monitoring Infrastructure(PMI) & Tivoli Performance Viewer(TPV), for this purpose. Go through the product document for more information on using the infrastructure.

Murali.
 
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