Howto Eclipse Test and Performance Tools Platform – Monitor applications

Posted on in Categories Linux, News last updated May 11, 2006

This tutorial shows how to use the capabilities of the Eclipse TPTP to convert a typical application log file into CBE occurrences. With a modicum of specifications and some light coding to create a series of rules, you can transform virtually any log file into a unified, structured format. Then, using the Eclipse TPTP and other specialized tools, you can combine, process, and quickly discern usage patterns, performance profiles, and errors.

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Posted by: Vivek Gite

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