Sun Java System Web Server 7.0 Update 7 Performance Tuning, Sizing, and Scaling Guide

Web Application Information

Web application statistics are displayed through the Admin Console, wadm get-config-stats command), and stats-xml only. They are not shown in perfdump.

ProcedureTo Access Web Application Statistics From the Admin Console

  1. From the Common Tasks page, choose the Monitoring tab.

  2. Click the configuration name to view web application statistics for the configuration. To view web application statistics for the instance, click the Instance sub tab and the instance name.

  3. On the Monitoring Statistics page, click Virtual Server Statistics.

  4. Click the virtual server name.

  5. On the Virtual Server Monitoring Statistics page, click Web Applications.

  6. Select the web application for which to view statistics from the Web Application pull-down menu.

Web Application Statistics

The following table shows an example of the Web Application statistics displayed in the Admin Console:

Table 2–8 Web Application Statistics

Number of JSPs Loaded 

Number of JSPs Reloaded 

Total Number of Sessions Serviced 

Number of Sessions Active 

Peak Number of Active Sessions 

Number of Sessions Rejected 

Number of Sessions Expired 

Average Time (seconds) that expired sessions had been alive 

Longest Time (seconds) for which an expired session was alive 

For more information on tuning, see Tuning Java Web Application Performance. Also see Sun Java System Web Server 7.0 Update 7 Developer’s Guide to Java Web Applications.