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How to find a bottleneck

 
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Could you please give me a tip?

I have Java websocket server. I wrote a client that can open many connections and send messages etc.
How can I find a bottleneck in the sense of latency (time between sending a request to server and receiving a response?

Everything what I have is a measuring of latency from client side and I can monitor CPU, heap usage from server side.
 
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