[jboss-user] [Beginners Corner] - Re: Monitor user sessions in JBoss
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Thu Aug 7 19:48:37 EDT 2008
Thanks for that info. I tried browsing to http://localhost:8180/jmx-console/ on the server and I got a huge listing of stuff (I don't even know what the stuff is!). What I do know is the application I host (Saba) has a single ear file which I deploy (D:\SabaWeb\JBoss_Tomcat\server\default\deploy\saba.ear), and in the ear file is a saba.war file and a saba.jar file, which as I understand it is pretty much standard for J2EE applications. What I am interested in is how many people have an active session in that application.
I found what I think is the mbean you mentioned:
And when I follow the link it shows a value for currentThreadsBusy. I did a test by logging in as several different people, and then refreshed the mbean view, but nothing changed.
I find it odd that there is no easy way to find out how many users have an active session in a particular application - I would have thought that was a metric which most system administrators would like to monitor from time to time.
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