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Monitoring EhCache with JMX

EhCache has several MBeans that will tell you all about the caches that are running.  See here:

  1. Make sure Tomcat is running with the JDK and not the JRE. 
  2. Go to Window->Preferences->Server->Runtime Environments
  3. Select the JDK (or find it via "Installed JREs")
  4. Click Finish
  5. Start Tomcat in Eclipse in the normal way.
  6. Go to <JDK Home>/bin
  7. Launch jconsole.exe
  8. Connect to your Tomcat PID
  9. Go to the "MBeans" tab
  10. Check out all of the cool stuff for your caches