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Web-Based JVM Monitoring

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  • 04-02-2014 11:27am
    #1
    Registered Users Posts: 437 ✭✭


    Hi there,

    I have a number of Java Web Apps (built using Spring) running on a remote Tomcat server that I'd like to monitor - it seems as though the server crashes every few days and I'd like to find out why.

    I've read about VisualVM, but I was wondering if any of you know of a web-based solution - another .war I can deploy on the server and use it to monitor resource usage on the other running applications, and record logs which I can refer back to in the event of a crash.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

    t1mm


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  • Registered Users Posts: 6,169 ✭✭✭Talisman


    New Relic will monitor your app and aid you in pinpointing issues.


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,021 ✭✭✭ChRoMe


    t1mm wrote: »
    Hi there,

    I have a number of Java Web Apps (built using Spring) running on a remote Tomcat server that I'd like to monitor - it seems as though the server crashes every few days and I'd like to find out why.

    I've read about VisualVM, but I was wondering if any of you know of a web-based solution - another .war I can deploy on the server and use it to monitor resource usage on the other running applications, and record logs which I can refer back to in the event of a crash.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

    t1mm

    You want to run the monitoring war on the same instance that is crashing?

    You may want to rethink that!


  • Registered Users Posts: 437 ✭✭t1mm


    ChRoMe wrote: »
    You want to run the monitoring war on the same instance that is crashing?

    You may want to rethink that!

    I don't have a choice, and the logs should hopefully show enough information.


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