What monitor can I use to Monitor JVM Heap size in a windows server?
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You can use Dynamic JMX Monitor to monitor the JVM.

* The Dynamic JMX monitor enables you to monitor performance statistics of those Java-based applications that provide access to their statistics by using the standard JMX remoting technology defined by JSR 160(remote JMX).

* It enables you to select the same measurements that are available on a JMX monitor, or use the dynamic monitoring mechanism that recognizes changes on the monitored Java applications to automatically update the MBean counters and thresholds as they change during runtime.

* You can create one JMX monitor instance for each application you are monitoring, or several monitors for the same application that analyze different counters.

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