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Session Info From Weblogic Console

Posted on 2004-08-11
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How can you get information about the sessions from the weblogic admin console?  Currently, we use the Performance/Monitor tab to check on memory usage.  We'd like to be able to see info about how many open sessions there are at a given point in time, and if possible, details about each session object.  We're using clustered servers.

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Are you taking about web sessions?

If so, and are using v8.1, you can view current sessions by going to the specific web module -> Monitoring (tab) -> Sessions (tab).

Also, under logging for the particular server:
1)  go to 'View Server Log'
2) go to 'View customize view'
3) Select the server in the Servers list
4) Select 'HTTP Session' in the subsystems list
5) submit search
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by:jkavx
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Thanks.  This is very useful.  One question -  what do the "Total Sessions" represent?  
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'Total Sessions' represents the total number of sessions that have been setup since deployment. So, for example, if I go to your website, and intiate a new session, then the total count will go up by 1. When my session expires (timeouts), the active session will count will go down by one, but the 'Total Session' count will remain unchanged.
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