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Monitoring JServ Processes


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Monitoring JServ Processes

After you start the Oracle9i Application Server, you can check to ensure that all
JServ processes have started normally.


Remove the comments in the JServ status handler section of the jserv.conf file to
enable monitoring and specify the host(s) that can access JServ status (the
default is localhost). Be aware of security implications when selecting the hosts
that will be allowed to access status information on your system.

<Location /jserv/>

SetHandler jserv-status

order deny, allow

deny from all

allow from



Type the following into your browser:


The port must be the port on which the web server listens (found in the
httpd.conf file). Always include the trailing slash (/) in this URL. A “not found”
error occurs if you omit the trailing slash.

A Configured Hosts column displays links to hosts.


Click the host to monitor.

The JServ status information for the host displays as shown in Figure 2–3.


The JServ status monitor shows all of the JServ processes

that are configured in the jserv.conf file, but not all of these may
have been started. For example, Figure 2–3 shows four processes,
but only two have a Status of Up (indicating that the process is able
to service requests).