[jboss-user] [Performance Tuning] - Monitoring Servlets and JDBC

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Sun May 19 01:33:46 EDT 2013

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"Monitoring Servlets and JDBC"

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I'm new to JBoss and I am trying to get some measurement data for a research project. 
I am running JBoss 4.2.2.GA and I'm trying to understand how I can measure how much time Jboss takes to respond to a servlet request. 
In particular, I would like to measure the following:
1. overhead time for JBoss handling the request/response.
2. computation time for the execution of the servlet itself
3. time spent waiting for the database query. I'm using a Hibernate/JDBC architecture.

I saw that the web-console is giving some measures like the overall aggregated processing time and the number of requests, but I couldn't find anything about the connection to the db. 

Thanks a lot for any help and/or suggestion!


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