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Newbiw Need Help Monitor sessions in JBoss 4.0.5

Posted on 2009-07-14
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Right now we have a custom application that runs on a Windows 2008 server and uses JBoss 4.0.5 as the web service. I have never used jboss before. How can I do the following:
1) Monitor current sessions to the web service?
2) Find an easy to use list of command in jboss?

Please help
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by:ramazanyich
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1. You can check nu,ber of session per web app using tomcat status page
http://you.server:8080/status?full=true

or using web-console: http://your.server:8080/web-console. It will start applet. Choose Monitoring/Web Status/Full Status

2. What do you mean by "easy to use list" ?
there is a jmx-console where you can invoke Jboss JMX beans: http://your.serve:8080/jmx-console
Is it what you are looking for ?
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I'm not able to bring up either web page you mentioned above....Are they installed by default?
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yes they installed by default. But of course they could be disabled by some who administers JBoss server. Question is do you use default configuration or do some tweaks and tricks ?

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I am the network administator for my company and inherited this application which runs on JBoss..

How can I tell is the admin services are running / disabled?
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by:ramazanyich
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normally all application startup is logged in server.log file in the logs folder. If you can attach this log file to this topic I can check.
Normally in this log file it should be seen that web application /jmx-console and /web-console are started.

Maybe first try to find yourself words jmx-console and web-console in your log file
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