[Sizing: Tomcat 4.1.x] Memory Usage for the Session Tracking

Discussion in 'Java' started by Matthew, Apr 24, 2004.

  1. Matthew

    Matthew Guest

    Hello all,

    i'd like to know how much memory the application server
    have been used for tracking a new session.

    i've tried the jProfiler from the ej-Tech however i found
    seems it don't have an easy way to calculate the total
    amount of memory the related object instacnes used for the
    session tracking. i guess org.apache.catalin.session* is
    the point to start with, however, to me, it's a little too
    hard.

    do anyone of you have did this similar thing?

    say, to calculate the total amount of memory used, when a
    browser visit a particular page, and the server create new
    sesssion related objects and return the browser a new cookie
    with 2 attributes initialized? e.g., name="matthew", sex="M"?

    thanks a lot in advance.

    ---
    matthew
     
    Matthew, Apr 24, 2004
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  2. Take a look at YourKit Java Profiler (http://www.yourkit.com). It has
    great tools to explore Java memory and find memory leaks.

    Best regards,
    Vladimir Kondratyev
     
    Vladimir Kondratyev, May 4, 2004
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