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Last change on this file since 6762 was 6762, checked in by Nicklas Nordborg, 7 years ago

References #1924: Test BASE with Java 8

Fixed memory statistics to support -1 for max memory for some memory spaces (eg. Metaspace memory which replaces the PermGen? space).

No more OutOfMEmoryError: PermGenSpace!! http://java.dzone.com/articles/java-8-permgen-metaspace

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1<%-- $Id: about.jsp 6762 2015-03-09 07:39:48Z nicklas $
2
3  ------------------------------------------------------------------
4
5  Copyright (C) 2005 Nicklas Nordborg
6  Copyright (C) 2006 Johan Enell, Jari Häkkinen, Nicklas Nordborg
7  Copyright (C) 2007 Johan Enell, Nicklas Nordborg
8
9  This file is part of BASE - BioArray Software Environment.
10  Available at http://base.thep.lu.se/
11
12  BASE is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
13  modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
14  as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3
15  of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
16
17  BASE is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
18  but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
19  MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
20  GNU General Public License for more details.
21
22  You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
23  along with BASE. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
24  ------------------------------------------------------------------
25
26  This page displays a short notice at the bottom of the
27  screen.
28
29  @author Nicklas
30  @version 2.0
31--%>
32<%@ page pageEncoding="UTF-8" session="false"
33  import="net.sf.basedb.core.SessionControl"
34  import="net.sf.basedb.core.Application"
35  import="net.sf.basedb.core.Config"
36  import="net.sf.basedb.clients.web.Base"
37  import="net.sf.basedb.util.Values"
38  import="java.sql.Driver"
39  import="java.util.Properties"
40  import="java.util.List"
41  import="java.lang.management.ManagementFactory"
42  import="java.lang.management.MemoryPoolMXBean"
43  import="java.lang.management.MemoryType"
44  import="java.lang.management.MemoryUsage"
45%>
46<%@ taglib prefix="base" uri="/WEB-INF/base.tld" %>
47<%@ taglib prefix="t" uri="/WEB-INF/tab.tld" %>
48
49<%
50final SessionControl sc = Base.getSessionControl(pageContext, true);
51final String ID = sc.getId();
52final String serverAdminName = Values.getStringOrNull(sc.getClientDefaultSetting("server.admin.name"));
53final String serverAdminEmail = Values.getStringOrNull(sc.getClientDefaultSetting("server.admin.email"));
54final String aboutServer = Values.getStringOrNull(sc.getClientDefaultSetting("server.about"));
55final float scale = Base.getScale(sc);
56final String activePage = request.getParameter("page");
57
58final String jdbcDriver = Config.getString("db.driver");
59String driverVersion = "";
60try
61{
62  final Driver driver = (Driver)Class.forName(jdbcDriver).newInstance();
63  driverVersion = "(version " + driver.getMajorVersion() + "." + driver.getMinorVersion() + ")";
64}
65catch (Throwable t)
66{}
67
68final Properties properties = System.getProperties();
69final Runtime runtime = Runtime.getRuntime();
70List<MemoryPoolMXBean> beans = ManagementFactory.getMemoryPoolMXBeans();
71%>
72<base:page type="popup" title="About">
73<base:head scripts="tabcontrol-2.js,~info.js" styles="tabcontrol.css">
74<style>
75#memoryTable th, #memoryTable td
76{
77  text-align: right;
78  padding-left: 1em;
79  padding-right: 1.5em;
80}
81
82.memory-warning
83{
84  color: #C80000;
85  font-weight: bold;
86  background-image: url('../images/warning_small.png');
87  background-repeat: no-repeat;
88  background-position: 100% 50%;
89}
90</style>
91</base:head>
92<base:body data-read-only="1">
93  <h1>BASE - BioArray Software Environment</h1>
94 
95  <t:tabcontrol subclass="content dialogtabcontrol" 
96    active="<%=activePage%>" id="about" position="bottom" remember="<%=activePage == null %>">
97  <t:tab id="about" title="About">
98    <div class="padded bg-filled-50 absolutefull">
99    <%=Values.getString(aboutServer, "")%>
100    <p>
101    <b>Administrator:</b> <%=Values.getString(serverAdminName, "<i>- unknown -</i>")%><br>
102    <b>Email:</b> <%=serverAdminEmail == null ? "<i>- unknown -</i>": "<a href=\"mailto:"+serverAdminEmail+"\">"+serverAdminEmail+"</a>"%><br>
103    <b>Version:</b> <%=Application.getVersionString()%><br>
104    <br>
105    <div style="font-size: 85%;">
106      &copy; 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 The BASE team <br/> See
107      <a href=http://base.thep.lu.se/browser/trunk/credits.txt>BASE
108      version 2 credits</a> for contribution information.
109
110      <p> BASE is released under the
111      <a target="_blank" href="http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html">GNU
112      General Public License</a>. The development of BASE is supported
113      by
114      <a target="_blank" href="http://www.lu.se/">Lund University</a>
115      through SCIBLU. Previous patrons of the BASE project were the
116      <a target="_blank" href="http://www.wallenberg.org/kaw/">Knut and Alice
117      Wallenberg Foundation</a> and the
118      <a target="_blank" href="http://www.cancerfonden.se/">Swedish Cancer
119      Society</a>. </p>
120    </div>
121    </div>
122  </t:tab>
123 
124  <t:tab id="config" title="Configuration">
125 
126  <table class="fullform">
127  <tr>
128    <th>Version</th>
129    <td class="info"><%=Application.getVersionString()%></td>
130  </tr>
131  <tr>
132    <th>Web server</th>
133    <td class="info"><%=application.getServerInfo()%></td>
134  </tr>
135  <tr>
136    <th>Database Server</th>
137    <td class="info"><%=Application.getDatabaseVersionString()%></td>
138  </tr>
139  <tr>
140    <th>Database Dialect</th>
141    <td class="info"><%=Config.getString("db.dialect")%></td>
142  </tr>
143  <tr>
144    <th>JDBC Driver</th>
145    <td class="info"><%=jdbcDriver%> <%=driverVersion%></td>
146  </tr>
147  <tr>
148    <th>Java runtime</th>
149    <td class="info"><%=properties.getProperty("java.runtime.name")%> 
150      (<%=properties.getProperty("java.runtime.version")%>),
151      <a href="<%=properties.getProperty("java.vendor.url")%>" target="_blank"><%=properties.getProperty("java.vendor")%></a></td>
152  </tr>
153  <tr>
154    <th>Operating system</th>
155    <td class="info"><%=properties.getProperty("os.name")%> 
156      <%=properties.getProperty("os.arch")%>
157      <%=properties.getProperty("os.version")%>
158      </td>
159  </tr>
160  <tr class="dynamic">
161    <th>Memory</th>
162    <td class="info">
163     
164      <table id="memoryTable" style="xwidth:100%;">
165      <tr style="border-bottom-width: 1px;">
166        <th></th>
167        <th>Used</th>
168        <th>Max</th>
169        <th></th>
170      </tr>
171      <%
172      for (MemoryType mtype : MemoryType.values())
173      {
174        long sumUsed =  0;
175        long sumMax = 0;
176        for (MemoryPoolMXBean mbean : beans) 
177        {
178          if (mbean.getType() == mtype)
179          {
180            MemoryUsage usage = mbean.getUsage();
181            long used = usage.getUsed();
182            long max = usage.getMax();
183            long percent = -1;
184            if (max > 0)
185            {
186              sumMax += max;
187              sumUsed += used;
188              percent = 100*used/max;
189            }
190            %>
191            <tr>
192            <td><%=mbean.getName() %><%=max <= 0 ? "¹" : ""%></td>
193            <td><%=Values.formatBytes(used) %></td>
194            <td><%=max > 0 ? Values.formatBytes(max) : "no limit"%></td>
195            <td class="<%=percent > 75 ? "memory-warning" : "" %>"><%=percent == -1 ? "-" : percent + "%" %></td>
196            </tr>
197          <%
198          }
199        }
200        %>
201        <tr style="border-bottom-width: 1px; font-weight: bold;">
202          <td>Sum <%=mtype.toString() %></td>
203          <td><%=Values.formatBytes(sumUsed) %></td>
204          <td><%=Values.formatBytes(sumMax) %></td>
205          <td><%=100*sumUsed / sumMax %>%</td>
206        </tr>
207        <%
208      }
209      %>
210      </table>
211      ¹Not included in sum
212  </tr>
213  </table>
214  </t:tab>
215 
216  <t:tab id="license" title="License">
217    <div style="background: #FFFFFF; color: #000000; padding: 5px;">
218<h3 style="text-align: center;">GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE</h3>
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565<p>If you convey an object code work under this section in, or with,
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585<p>Corresponding Source conveyed, and Installation Information
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592
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663
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731
732<p>A &ldquo;contributor&rdquo; is a copyright holder who authorizes
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736
737<p>A contributor's &ldquo;essential patent claims&rdquo; are all
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774
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784<p>A patent license is &ldquo;discriminatory&rdquo; if it does not
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804<h4><a name="section12"></a>12. No Surrender of Others' Freedom.</h4>
805
806<p>If conditions are imposed on you (whether by court order, agreement
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816
817<h4><a name="section13"></a>13. Use with the GNU Affero General Public
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819
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828
829<h4><a name="section14"></a>14. Revised Versions of this License.</h4>
830
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835
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854
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856
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866
867<h4><a name="section16"></a>16. Limitation of Liability.</h4>
868
869<p>IN NO EVENT UNLESS REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE LAW OR AGREED TO IN
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879
880<h4><a name="section17"></a>17. Interpretation of Sections 15 and
88116.</h4>
882
883<p>If the disclaimer of warranty and limitation of liability provided
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899  <tr>
900    <th>The Hibernate team</th>
901    <td><a href="http://www.hibernate.org/" target="_blank">http://www.hibernate.org/</a></td>
902  </tr>
903  <tr>
904    <th>Apache Software Foundation</th>
905    <td><a href="http://www.apache.org/" target="_blank">http://www.apache.org/</a></td>
906  </tr>
907  <tr>
908    <th>Sun Microsystems</th>
909    <td><a href="http://www.sun.com/" target="_blank">http://www.sun.com/</a></td>
910  </tr>
911  <tr>
912    <th>XDoclet team</th>
913    <td><a href="http://xdoclet.sourceforge.net/xdoclet/" target="_blank">http://xdoclet.sourceforge.net/xdoclet/</a></td>
914  </tr>
915  <tr>
916    <th>MySQL</th>
917    <td><a href="http://www.mysql.com/" target="_blank">http://www.mysql.com/</a></td>
918  </tr>
919  <tr>
920    <th>The JDOM(TM) Project</th>
921    <td><a href="http://www.jdom.org" target="_blank">http://www.jdom.org</a></td>
922  </tr>
923  <tr>
924    <th>Singular systems</th>
925    <td><a href="http://www.singularsys.com/jep/" target="_blank">http://www.singularsys.com/jep/</a></td>
926  </tr>
927  <tr>
928    <th>JFree software projects</th>
929    <td><a href="http://www.jfree.org/" target="_blank">http://www.jfree.org/</a></td>
930  </tr>
931  <tr>
932    <th>Mark James</th>
933    <td><a href="http://www.famfamfam.com/lab/icons/silk/" target="_blank">http://www.famfamfam.com/lab/icons/silk/</a></td>
934  </tr>
935  <tr>
936    <th>Affymetrix</th>
937    <td><a href="http://www.affymetrix.com" target="_blank">http://www.affymetrix.com</a></td>
938  </tr>
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