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We have implemented a application using java servlets. This application is consuming 90-95% of CPU time. We want to know which of the servlets is taking this much time. Also we want to get an analysis on which of the servlets is consuming main memory also.

Is there any tool that can tell us how much resource is eaten up by which servlet(if not at servlet-level, at least at thread level). The tool may run very similar to 'Windows 2000 Task Manager', giving details on each servlet. We are running this program on Windows 2000 system.

Thanks a lot.
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JProbe was useful for my kind of need.
i have not received any other comment so far.

i prefer to delete this application.
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plese refer to my earlier response.
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