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How to monitor 1 PID multiple PIDs on 1 server

I am in the process of getting SiteScope on our JBOSS servers in the Load Test environment (15 Servers).  The configuration in this environment is similar to production in the way they load their applications (over 300 applications).  As you can see in the screen shot from SiteScope, 1 server contains 12 PIDs, each PID is a different application.  None of the templates with SiteScope would allow us to see PID information, so we created our own.  We used the TOP command to obtain our data.  When I create the report from SiteScope it doesn't break down by PID or CPU, memory (Report attached as PDF). 

Is there a way to pull the CPU and Swap Memory by PID, or is there a way to filter the data in SiteScope?  The PIDs change every time the applications is deployed.  I would also like to have the pulled when I run the HPE Analysis.

Your assistance is greatly appreciated.





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Re: How to monitor 1 PID multiple PIDs on 1 server


Solution for you can be a custom script . top command in combination with thread / heap dump will be useful for analysis.

There are many online thread dump/ heap dump analyzer tools , select any for further analysis.



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