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    Default Remote VisualVM monitoring without JDK

    Hello,
    I need to profile a Java process (Tomcat) on a remote server. I know I need to lunch jstatd on the server.
    The problem is I don't have JDK installed on the server.
    What do I need to run jstatd?
    Do I have to have the entire JDK?

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    crossposted.

    kind regards,

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    yes... so?
    I haven't got an answer... maybe someone in here can help me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ofridagan View Post
    yes... so?
    What if someone in the other forum gives you an answer while someone else in this forum does the same? At least one of them would've wasted their time; it is just courtesy to tell people here (and there) that you've crossposted. That's why 'so'.

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    wasted his time? because a similar discussion is happening somewhere on the internet?
    mmmm makes me wonder... is starting java-forums.org is a waste of time because java forums already exists on the web?

    Anyway I really didn't mean to waste anybody's time... just trying to get an answer, which I thought that's what this forum is about.

    I would really appreciate an answer, or a link to some useful info.

    Thanks.
    (And yes, I did post this on other forums - in case that bothers anybody)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ofridagan View Post
    wasted his time? because a similar discussion is happening somewhere on the internet?
    Yep, waste his time because you'd most likely will read the other answer and happily move on ignoring the kind person who took some of his time to answer you. You most likely will get less answers because you crossposted your question without notifying your readers; that's how forums work ...

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    I would never ignore a kind person.
    Last edited by ofridagan; 09-19-2010 at 02:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ofridagan View Post
    (And yes, I did post this on other forums - in case that bothers anybody)
    You may wish to post those links as without them, many of us will assume that your question has been answered elsewhere, or that some effort we may do has already been applied elsewhere and leave it at that. Best of luck.

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    ok, sorry
    I posted on:
    Stack Overflow
    JavaRanch
    Sun forums

    I got no answers...

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    I don't know much about this process, but I found an interesting link here describing some requirements:
    jstatd - Virtual Machine jstat Daemon

    I'm guessing you've seen this already? Also, it seems that jstatd is still considered experimental.

    Luck.

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    Thank you!
    Yes I have seen this.
    I was looking for a why to run jstatd without having to install JDK - my environment is very resource-limited ...

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