Friday Mar 09, 2007

How To Retrieve Remote JVM Monitoring And Management Information

How to use JMX to programatically retrieve the information that JConsole displays is easy. Here is a small JMX Client Program that shows how you can programatically retrieve the JVM Management and Monitoring information from a remote JVM.

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Friday Feb 23, 2007

JVM Monitoring: JMX or SNMP?

Since JavaTM SE 5.0, the JRE provides a means to manage and monitor the Java Virtual Machine. It comes in two flavors: one is based on the Java Management Extension (JMXTM), the other is a small SNMP agent that builds upon the Management and Monitoring API of the Java SE platform and exposes the same information through SNMP.

A legitimate question that often arises to newcomers to the JMX and SNMP technologies is:

Which technology should I use to monitor my JVM? JMX, or SNMP?

In this blog I will try to provide some guidance on this subject.

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Monday Nov 06, 2006

Easy Is Not Always Simple

... In a comment to one of my recent blogs, Matthias Ernst asked what's so special about management... Well, as an eager reader of Scott Adams' Dilbert, I could certainly find a few amusing answers. However I doubt they would be found quite apropos... Instead, I'm going to replace the Java Management Extensions into some of their historical perspective.

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Thursday Jun 01, 2006

Troubleshooting connection problems in JConsole

... I've seen a few posts in the Java and JMX forums from developers who were wondering how to find out why JConsole wouldn't connect to their application. So I have decided to write this short blog entry in order to outline a few diagnosing tips ...

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Tuesday Jan 31, 2006

What is the JVM SNMP Agent?

In a future blog, I'll tell you more about managing Tiger or Mustang JVMs through SNMP. But for the time being, here are a very few words to clarify what is the Tiger and Mustang JVM SNMP Agent.

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