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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2009 7:23 pm    Post subject: How do I provide a server username/password to the profiler Reply with quote

How do I provide a username/password to the profiler to allow access to server to run Java application?
Can this be done ?

Thanks,
Berney
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Jiri Sedlacek
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2009 7:32 pm    Post subject: How do I provide a server username/password to the profiler Reply with quote

Hi Berney,

from your question it's not clear what's the goal and what's the problem - do you want to setup a
remote profiling session over a secured connection?

Jiri


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How do I provide a username/password to the profiler to allow access to server to run Java application?

Can this be done ?



Thanks,

Berney





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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2009 8:05 pm    Post subject: How do I provide a server username/password to the profiler Reply with quote

Hi Jiri,

Thanks for the quick response, sorry about the vagueness of my post.

Yes, I want to use my desktop to connect remotely with the profiler to a
secure server running my Java application.

I did not see a way to provide the username/password to the profiler
when I tried to attach to the server.

I am having a memory issue and wanted to use the profiler to help
isolate the problem.

I did not do any preparation on the server for the profiler, is that
required?

Thanks,

Berney
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Hi Berney,

from your question it's not clear what's the goal and what's the problem
- do you want to setup a
remote profiling session over a secured connection?

Jiri


berneykenny wrote:
Quote:
How do I provide a username/password to the profiler to allow access
to server to run Java application?
Quote:

Can this be done ?



Thanks,

Berney





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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2009 8:19 pm    Post subject: How do I provide a server username/password to the profiler Reply with quote

The only step you need to do on the remote system is to unzip & use remote profiling pack. It
contains the profiler agent which needs to be started along with the profiled application. And
before first profiling session you need to calibrate the profiler on that host.

Some useful information about remote profiling is available in Profiler 5.5 docs at
http://profiler.netbeans.org/docs/help/5.5/attach.html. It's not exactly up to date but in general
it's still valid. The most significant change in 6.5 is that the remote profiling pack is now
generated by the Attach Wizard, no extra download is needed. But I think you can just invoke the
Attach Profiler action and set/customize the attach settings, the Attach Wizard will suggest all the
required steps to start profiling.

There's no special support in the profiler for providing username/password for secured connection.
For a non-secured connection you typically just need to make sure that the comm port (5140 by
default) is not blocked by a firewall. Maybe someone else on the list has some experience with
profiling over a secured line?

Jiri


Bernard Kenny wrote:
Quote:
Hi Jiri,

Thanks for the quick response, sorry about the vagueness of my post.

Yes, I want to use my desktop to connect remotely with the profiler to a
secure server running my Java application.

I did not see a way to provide the username/password to the profiler
when I tried to attach to the server.

I am having a memory issue and wanted to use the profiler to help
isolate the problem.

I did not do any preparation on the server for the profiler, is that
required?

Thanks,

Berney
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Subject: Re: [profiler] How do I provide a server username/password to
the profiler

Hi Berney,

from your question it's not clear what's the goal and what's the problem
- do you want to setup a
remote profiling session over a secured connection?

Jiri


berneykenny wrote:
Quote:
How do I provide a username/password to the profiler to allow access
to server to run Java application?
Quote:
Can this be done ?



Thanks,

Berney





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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2009 9:22 pm    Post subject: How do I provide a server username/password to the profiler Reply with quote

Thanks Jiri,

I'll look at the link right away.

Berney

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the profiler

The only step you need to do on the remote system is to unzip & use
remote profiling pack. It
contains the profiler agent which needs to be started along with the
profiled application. And
before first profiling session you need to calibrate the profiler on
that host.

Some useful information about remote profiling is available in Profiler
5.5 docs at
http://profiler.netbeans.org/docs/help/5.5/attach.html. It's not exactly
up to date but in general
it's still valid. The most significant change in 6.5 is that the remote
profiling pack is now
generated by the Attach Wizard, no extra download is needed. But I think
you can just invoke the
Attach Profiler action and set/customize the attach settings, the Attach
Wizard will suggest all the
required steps to start profiling.

There's no special support in the profiler for providing
username/password for secured connection.
For a non-secured connection you typically just need to make sure that
the comm port (5140 by
default) is not blocked by a firewall. Maybe someone else on the list
has some experience with
profiling over a secured line?

Jiri


Bernard Kenny wrote:
Quote:
Hi Jiri,

Thanks for the quick response, sorry about the vagueness of my post.

Yes, I want to use my desktop to connect remotely with the profiler to
a
Quote:
secure server running my Java application.

I did not see a way to provide the username/password to the profiler
when I tried to attach to the server.

I am having a memory issue and wanted to use the profiler to help
isolate the problem.

I did not do any preparation on the server for the profiler, is that
required?

Thanks,

Berney
-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2009 1:32 PM
To: address-removed
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Subject: Re: [profiler] How do I provide a server username/password to
the profiler

Hi Berney,

from your question it's not clear what's the goal and what's the
problem
Quote:
- do you want to setup a
remote profiling session over a secured connection?

Jiri


berneykenny wrote:
Quote:
How do I provide a username/password to the profiler to allow access
to server to run Java application?
Quote:
Can this be done ?



Thanks,

Berney





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