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Jconsole is used to monitor local and remote process. But can jconsole be  used to monitor live applications?
 
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I don't understand. What, to you is the difference between a "process" and an "application"?
 
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Tim Holloway wrote:I don't understand. What, to you is the difference between a "process" and an "application"?



I mean to say local Java application and remote Java application but after that application goes live (users start using the developed application ) is it possible to monitor that using jconsole?
 
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Malar Kodi wrote:

Tim Holloway wrote:I don't understand. What, to you is the difference between a "process" and an "application"?



I mean to say local Java application and remote Java application but after that application goes live (users start using the developed application ) is it possible to monitor that using jconsole?


Live applications - applications deployed in production
 
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If an application is written to use JMX correctly, then yes, it can be monitored by Jconsole.

There's no difference between what you call a "local" application and a "remote" application. And it's even possible to monitor an application using Jconsole when there are no users connected to it.
 
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I prefer VisualVM to jconsole for its wider range of capabilities.
 
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