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is there any way to monitor application server when it is working ?

 
raminaa niilian
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thank you for reading my post

is there any application that help monitor an application server when it is working ?
for example , total active sessions , Connections , ...
i need this application to monitor my tomcat and sun application server , but if there is no application that help monitor both of them , then i will be happy to minitor at least one of them (TOMCAT)
 
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Tomcat has the Manager web app built in, which you'll find at http://localhost:8080/manager/ or whatever address your server runs at. It gives you some basic stats about the server, and each web app that runs on it. The companion Admin web app at http://localhost:8080/admin/ lets you configure just about everything about Tomcat and the web apps it runs. I'm sure Suns server has something similar, or rather, much more sophisticated.
[ January 30, 2006: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
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I had that same problem a while ago. Try Tomcat Probe (google for it), it should be able to do what you are looking for.
 
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To add to Ulf's excellent answer,
http://localhost:8080/manager/html is a gui version of the manager app.
I think everything you've mentioned is featured in it.

I haven't looked at Tomcat Probe yet but it's on my list.
 
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