Psi-probe is an intended replacement for Tomcat Monitor, and provides advanced monitoring options for a Tomcat install. We do not support deploying additional webapps along with a CRM install, however there may be cases where this is useful, such as troubleshooting thread waits and suspected memory leaks.
1: Download the latest version from here:
2: Stop the Tomcat service.
3: Extract probe.war from the archive and place it in ..\CRM\tomcat\webapps: You need to add a Tomcat user for Probe. The user does not need to be either a Windows or CRM user. Edit tomcat-users.xml in ..\CRM\tomcat\conf. Users should be added in the following format:
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8'?>
<user username="admin" password="Password" roles="manager"/>
5: Next, we need to allow Tomcat's JRE to use Java Management Extensions (JMX). This allows enhanced monitoring of webapps. Open regedit, and go to the following key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Apache Software Foundation\Procrun 2.0\CRMTomcat6\Parameters\Java
Add the following 2 lines to the Options key (you might as well add the PermGen options if they're not already applied):
If you already have a higher MaxPermSize setting, then that hsould be left as-is.
6: Start the Tomcat service. Probe will deploy, and be available at http://<CRM server>:<Tomcat port>/probe/
7: When prompted, you can log in using the username and password you entered in the tomcat-users.xml (admin/Password in the example above).