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Configure Jprofiler with tomcat.

 
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How do i configure jprofiler to monitor tomcat application.
I need to monitor memory leak issue. Application running in https port 443
 
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JProfiler is a commercially licensed tool, so you have to check with the vendor
 
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Step 1: In Linux machine open .bash_profile file from /root directory
Enter jprofiller location (using below command export) in .bash_profile file
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/dsvol/jprofiler6/bin/linux-x86

Step 2: Go Tomcat installation directory. Open catalena.sh file from bin folder
Enter the below details in catelana.sh file (only red color information and black color you can find by default in catalena.sh file)
export JPROFILER_HOME
JAVA_OPTS="-Xms768m -Xmx1024m -XX:PermSize=256m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m -Dfile.encoding=UTF8 -agentpath:/opt/Performance/jprofiler7/bin/linux-x86/libjprofilerti.so=port=8849 $CATALINA_OPTS"

Step 3: Start the server from bin folder by executing the starup.sh command
 
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