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How can I monitor the Java application remotely which resides on a LINUX box ?

What tool could be used to monitor the performance of a Java based web application remotely which resides on two different application servers having the LINUX OS ?

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Re: How can I monitor the Java application remotely which resides on a LINUX box ?

There is no monitors in Controller to monitor Java applications. You can use "System Resource Graph / UNIX resources" monitor to get measurements returned by RSTATD service installed on Linux machine. They are:

- Collision Rate
- CPU Utilization
- Incoming packets error rate
- Interrupt rate
- Incoming packets rate
- Average load
- Outgoing packets error rate
- Outgoing packets rate
- Paging rate
- Page-in rate
- Page-out rate
- Swap-in rate
- Swap-out rate
- Context switch rate
- System mode CPU Utilization
- User mode CPU Utilization
- Disk Traffic

 

Another way is check SiteScope documentation or ask SiteScope team about support of monitoring of your Java applications and/or Linux servers. If SiS support monitoring of what you need to monitor, install and tune up SiS server, then use Sitescope monitor in Controller.

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