Do you really need to have it run on the server? For remote machines that may be the only viable option, but if the server runs on a local network it may be feasible to open up its JMX ports so that you can run VisualVM on your desktop/laptop. You can also secure the JMX ports with a password (which would be a good idea in any case).
posted 3 years ago
Thank you so much TIM MOORES & TIM HOLLOWAY.
I working on installing a monitoring tool for JVM , when i googled it i came across so many tools.
I felt Visualvm and Jprofiller will be useful for me, Please suggest which one is the best.
I couldnt find out any good documentation for Jprofiler installation on linux server, kindly guide me on the installation guide.