|Profile Server (WTP and TPTP) [message #163243]
||Wed, 08 March 2006 06:19
Originally posted by: georg.hicker.reflex.at|
I'm using WTP to start my Tomcat with an Axis deployed.
Everything works fine so far, but a view days ago I wanted to profile
the server using tptp, since I did deploy some webservices.
I did't manage to configure the server to be profileable.
Does anybody know what to do?
Are there any cheats?
Is it even possible?
|Re: Profile Server (WTP and TPTP) [message #168890 is a reply to message #163268]
||Tue, 09 May 2006 18:54
Originally posted by: p_saville.yahoo.com|
I have tried the suggested solution and it works just fine.
I have also managed to successfully start the server in "Profiling" mode by
using the "Profile" window and selecting the server launch target. This
starts the server successfully, but the Profiling perspective shows nothing.
It would be nice if the "Start Server in Profiling Mode" toolbar button from
the Servers view did everything required to actually monitor the server
through the profiling perspective.
Has anyone managed to do this successfully, the easy way without any manual
changes? I would appreciate knowing how to do it if so.
Thanks and best regards,
"Samson Wai" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I am no expert on the WTP product but if there happens to have a way to
> JVM arguments then you can do the following:
> 1. Make sure TPTP Agent Controller's library is in your library path:
> Windows: set PATH=<Agent Controller install dir>\bin;%PATH%
> Linux: export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=<Agent Controller install dir>/lib:$PATH
> 2. Start Agent Controller
> 3. Add "-XrunpiAgent:server=enabled" to the JVM arguments
> 4. Start your server
> You can bring up the Profiling perspective and attach to the Java
> Agent from the attach dialog by bringing up the Profiling configuration.
> "Georg Hicker" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Hi everybody!
>> I'm using WTP to start my Tomcat with an Axis deployed.
>> Everything works fine so far, but a view days ago I wanted to profile
>> the server using tptp, since I did deploy some webservices.
>> I did't manage to configure the server to be profileable.
>> Does anybody know what to do?
>> Are there any cheats?
>> Is it even possible?
>> kind regards
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