JBOSS Console Page Memory Check

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JBOSS Console Page Memory Check

#1 Post by vanc » Mon Apr 03, 2006 10:13 am

This script monitors 4 variables from your JBOSS Management Console Page (See Below) and graphs them on a single graph (See Below).

Note: that I subtract Free Memory from Total Memory to give us Used Memory.

I used the basics from the WeatherBug.pl script so thank you Alives!

This script requires the LWP::Simple and Crypt:SSLeay, if like me, your JBOSS Console page is running secure as http(S).

* Enter the IP Addr of your server running JBOSS, additionally, the perl script may need to be "tweaked" according to the location of your jboss server web dir. and file location.


NOTE: the deft use of MSPAINT :)
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#2 Post by hatim » Fri Sep 15, 2006 5:25 am

Good Work !

Thank you for sharing that.

How about if we musqt use a username/password to access a to the web console of jboss

https://server:8443/web-console/ ?

Thank you

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#3 Post by hatim » Fri Sep 15, 2006 5:11 pm

Ok i found it
in private network , you can add the user and password in the URL like that :
my $httpaddr = "https://user\:password\@".$ARGV[0].":8443/web-console/ServerInfo.jsp"

Hatim Bekkali

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#4 Post by gturner » Tue Sep 26, 2006 6:29 pm

Alternatively, if you use the JBoss all configuration in your environment (or perhaps copying server/all/deploy/snmp-adaptor.sar to server/default/deploy would work as well), you can use the SNMP Agent built into JBoss. This should be a little more efficient than screen scraping the jmx-console JSPs and it exposes additional JMX attributes (configurable).

Have a look at this post.

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Re: JBOSS Console Page Memory Check

#5 Post by arfat » Mon Aug 08, 2011 2:04 am

How to configure the SNMP with JBOSS.

Pls send. What changes v had to made in JBOSS to c the Graphing.

Thanks in Advance.

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Re: JBOSS Console Page Memory Check

#6 Post by parth » Mon Mar 18, 2013 3:41 pm

How Do I add JVM Memory pool monitoring with the JBOSS SNMP ? Please help ??

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