Tomcat Servlet Container
This document describes how to collect JMX metrics exposed by Apache Tomcat Servlet Containers for long-term retention and monitoring in Axibase Time Series Database.
- Apache Tomcat
Enable JMX in Java Application
Configure your Java for JMX monitoring as described by the JMX Job Documentation.
Import Tomcat job into Axibase Collector
- On the Jobs page, select Import from the split button below the table and upload the job file depending on the version of your servlet container engine:
Configure Tomcat JMX Connection
- Open the Jobs > JMX page and select the
- For each JMX Configuration:
- Provide connection parameters to the target Tomcat:
- Click Test and make sure that the result is similar to the below screenshot:
Schedule the Job
- Open the JMX Job page and click Run for the Tomcat JMX job.
- Make sure that the job status is COMPLETED and Items Read and Sent commands are greater than 0.
- If there are no errors, set job status to Enabled and save the job.
Verify Metrics in ATSD
- Log in to ATSD.
- Click on the Metrics tab and filter metrics by name
Viewing Data in ATSD
- List of collected Tomcat metrics
- List of collected Tomcat properties
- Open the Settings menu and select Entity Groups, click Import, and upload
- Select the imported
- Verify that the group contains your Tomcat hosts.
- Open the Entity Views menu and select Configure, click Import, and upload
- Select the imported Apache Tomcat Containers view.
- Select the Entity Group that you created earlier.
- Click View and browse information about your entities:
- Open the Portals menu and select Configure, click Import from the split button below the table, and upload
- Click the Assign link and associate the portal with the entity group created earlier.
- Open the Entities tabs, find the java application by name, and the Portal icon.