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Free Monitoring Tool for WebLogic

 
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HI,
Can anyone tell me whether there is any free monitoring tool by Bea available with weblogic server/express?
If someone has any experience with any free monitoring tool then please share!

Thanks in Advance,
Deepak
 
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Hi,

wich kind of monitoring do you want to do?
The administration console already has lots of runtime information you may want to know about. You can also build your own monitors using JMX.
Thread dump's are allways handy as well.
 
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If you want to use Monitoring tools in Realtime Enterprise Environment which do extensive monitoring there are very good tools like

Intersperse Manager:
http://www.intersperse.com

BMC Patrol
http://www.bmc.com

Wily's Interscope
http://www.wilytech.com

But there are some free tools that can do some extent of monitoring like MX4J etc.
Hope this helps....
 
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THanks Ravi.
I may try the free tool you suggested.
 
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Hi all,
I want to know how much threads are running in my weblogic 7.0 by some API like JMX. I can found a sample code for monitoring memory. I want a sample code for monitoring threads so that i can plug-in in my code. If any of you have and can send me, I would be thankful to you. Or else any doc which provides sufficient details, then i can go on try coding myself.

Thanks in advance.
 
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