How to Munin Graph JVM Memory Usage with Ubuntu tomcat

The following description works when using the Ubuntu "tomcat7" package:

Grab the "java/jstat__heap" plugin from munin-contrib @ github and place it into "/usr/share/munin/plugins/jstat__heap".

Link the plugin into /etc/munin/plugins

ln -s /usr/share/munin/plugins/jstat__heap /etc/munin/plugins/jstat_myname_heap

Choose some useful name instead of "myname". This allows to monitor multiple JVM setups.

Configure each link you created in for example a new plugin config file named "/etc/munin/plugin-conf.d/jstat" which should contain one section per JVM looking like this

[jstat_myname_heap]
user tomcat7
env.pidfilepath /var/run/tomcat7.pid
env.javahome /usr/

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