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If you want to get an indication of how many requests your web application (e.g. JIRA, Confluence) currently has, and it is running on Unix, run the following command:

For example, if the application server has JIRA (or Confluence) running on port 8080:

This will return the number of established TCP/IP connections to that port.

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  1. If are running Tomcat, you can obtain information for each web application, by using the Tomcat manager web application. It can provide session statistics.

    However, the manager application might not be running on your Tomcat installation, and in fact, JIRA Standalone ships with the manager application removed.