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how to measure performance???

 
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Hi,

First question in this forum.

How to measure/monitor performance of any web project? Might be a basic question but couldn't find FAQ for this forum.

Thanks.

 
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There are many profilers that are available for monitoring the performance of a web application(Ex: JProfiler and many more). Lately, AOP is also being used for profiling applications.
 
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Hi,

As the previous poster mentioned - there are many profilers out there.

You can find alot of good information about profiling and performance
tuning on this webpage: www.javaperformancetuning.com

JAMon is a popular profiler
made for J2EE apps (incl. servlets ect). YourKit is another
popular, but more general, jave profiler.

/Svend Rost
 
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Thanks buddies.

I started with JAMon and getting problem at first stage itself, posting in another thread.
 
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