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Java (Java Agent, Installation, JVM, and Controller Installation)

We converted our application from JBoss to Tomcat and now having heap utilization/ GC problems

Dan.Hillman
Builder

We converted our application from JBoss to Tomcat and now having heap utilization/ GC problems

We converted our application from JBoss to Tomcat and now having heap utilization/ GC problems.

 

Has anyone run across this scenario?

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We converted our application from JBoss to Tomcat and now having heap utilization/ GC problems
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Mario.Morelli
Architect

Hi Dan

 

Can you provide more detail around your questions?

 

From my understanding, your application has been converted/upgraded/changed from Jboss to Tomcat Framework correct?

 

Are you stating that AppDynamics is causing heap utilization/ GC problems? If so can you advise where it indicates that AppDynamics is the cause of this? 

 

Ciao



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Dan.Hillman
Builder

This is not an Appdynamics issue. Our Customer migrated from using linux jboss to linux Tomcat. Their application did not have memory issues when running on jboss, but now that they have migrated over to Tomcat they are having memory problems. I was just curious if anyone has ran across this same scenario and had any insight on what they found troubleshooting this.

Mario.Morelli
Architect

Thanks for the response.

 

Yeay, best would be to use AppDynamics to see if you can identify the Heap Issue. As well as trigger heap/Thread dumps for analysis which should point them into the right direction as to what is causing the problem



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Dan.Hillman
Builder

Yes, of course. I have already started my troubleshooting.

 

Is there anyone out there that has experienced this same type of scenario?