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JMX templates require configuration changes for SAM 6.3

Updated June 8, 2017

Overview

This article describes the required configuration changes for the JMX templates to poll and collect data.

Environment

  • SAM 6.3
  • SAM 6.4

Detail

Oracle WebLogic (JMX)

Edit the following settings in the component monitors for this template:

  • Change the port from 8686 to 7001.
  • Change the URL from /jmxrmi to /jndi/weblogic.management.mbeanservers.runtime.
  • Change the JMX protocol setting from rmi to ioop.

JBoss (JMX)

Edit the following settings in the component monitors for this template:

  • Change the port from 8686 to 9999.
  • Change the URL /jmxrmi to service:jmx:remoting-jmx://${IP}:${PORT}.

MBeans

It is possible to receive invalid data messages if MBeans data is not found. MBeans may have additional variants that are not configured in the default templates. This affects the Oracle WebLogic (JMX), JBoss (JMX), and GlassFish (JMX) templates.

 

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17:22, 7 Jun 2017

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