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Updated on 2022-06-09 GMT+08:00
Why Are Tomcat Thread Metrics Not Displayed on the JVM Monitoring Page?
For Spring Boot 2.1.x or later, set server.tomcat.mbeanregistry.enabled to true in the configuration file to enable the MBean registry of Tomcat. In this way, APM probes can collect Tomcat metrics.
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