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session monitoring using jmx

 
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can I monitor session in tomcat , can I see all session in tomcat , I was able to connect to tomcat jmx using jconsole but could not figure out where the session are , are these exposed in jmx ?
 
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Your best bet would be the StandardManager MBean.
 
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Attached is the image of jconsole conneted to tomcat, which Mbean are you referring to ?
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For Tomcat 6 and 7 the MBean overview on my local machine looks a bit different (see attachment).
You can test the MBean using the session servlet example that ships with the Tomcat distribution.
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Manager MBean sessionCounter
 
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I dont have manager app running in my tomcat should I keep that ? I deleted all other apps I am running only my app.
 
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No you don't need it, for this purpose at least.
 
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Tomcat has a management EJB (an exception to to Tomcat's lack of support for EJBs). Whether it exposes session details, I don't know unless I RTFM.

I hope not, however, since that would be horribly exploitable view into people's web sessions.
 
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