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Tomcat Management Applications

NOTE: If you are currently using an account that does not come with our private JVM tool, you can easily upgrade to a Private JVM account using our upgrade form located at: http://mochahost.com/upgrade_form.php
 
Our Private JVM packages offers support for both Tomcat Manager and Psi Probe as Tomcat Management applications.

Here is short info about the two tools:

Tomcat Manager capabilities:
  • Deploy a new web application from the uploaded contents of a WAR file.
  • Deploy a new web application, on a specified context path, from the server file system.
  • List the currently deployed web applications, as well as the sessions that are currently active for those web apps.
  • Reload an existing web application, to reflect changes in the contents of /WEB-INF/classes or /WEB-INF/lib.
  • List the OS and JVM property values.
  • List the available global JNDI resources, for use in deployment tools that are preparing <ResourceLink> elements nested in a <Context>deployment description.
  • Start a stopped application (thus making it available again).
  • Stop an existing application (so that it becomes unavailable), but do not undeploy it.
  • Undeploy a deployed web application and delete its document base directory (unless it was deployed from file system).
You can see the full info here http://tomcat.apache.org

Please, check our FAQ article on how to setup & use Tomcat Manager with our Private JVM plans:



Psi Probe Features:

NOTE: There are still some unconfirmed compatibility issues with Psi Probe and Tomcat version 8. We recommend that you use Tomcat Manager app, if you plan on using Tomcat version 8.

PSI Probe is a community-driven fork of Lambda Probe distributed under the same open-source license (GPLv2). It is intended to replace and extend Tomcat Manager, making it easier to manage and monitor an instance of Apache Tomcat.

Unlike many other server monitoring tools, PSI Probe does not require any changes to your existing apps. It provides all of its features through a web-accessible interface that becomes available simply by deploying it to your server. These features include:

  • Requests: Monitor traffic in real-time, even on a per-application basis.
  • Sessions: Browse/search attributes, view last IP, expire, estimate size.
  • JSP: Browse, view source, compile.
  • Data Sources: View pool usage, execute queries.
  • Logs: View contents, download, change levels at runtime.
  • Threads: View execution stack, kill.
  • Connectors: Status, usage charts.
  • Cluster: Status, usage charts.
  • JVM: Memory usage charts, advise GC
  • Java Service Wrapper: Restart JVM.
  • System: CPU usage, memory usage, swap file usage.
You can see the full documentation here: http://code.google.com/p/psi-probe/

Please, review our FAQ article on how you can setup & use Psi Probe with our private JVM packages: 



NOTE: If you are currently using an account that does not come with our private JVM tool, you can easily upgrade to a Private JVM account using our upgrade form located at: http://mochahost.com/upgrade_form.php

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