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  • Thomas Pollinger
  • 15.09.2017
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Application Note

Application Monitoring with JMX and MBeans

Application monitoring is a common system requirement to detect and respond to problems before an end user is even aware that a problem exists. This Application Note describes how monitoring can be used to observe information about Delivery Server running on the Java platform. 

Product: OpenText Web Site Management Delivery Server
Version: All
Task/Topic: Administration, Features and Functionality​
Audience: Administrators​
Platform: All
Document ID: 510008
Author: Markus Heckmann, Technical Product Manager​
Updated: April, 2011
Contents:

Overview

  • Abstract
  • Introduction
  • Application Monitoring
  • JMX and MBeans
    • What is JMX?
    • What are MBeans?
  • Delivery Systems Monitoring
    • Configuration
      • Description of new parameters:
    • MBeans
      • CacheWatchWorker
      • ClientInfoService
      • DSLockService
      • LoggingServiceConfigurationService
      • ServerInfolmpl
      • Cache
  • All these caches are represented as MBeans with the following names:
    • TaskQueueProcessor
    • Attribute DynaMent
  • About OpenText
     

Abstract

Application monitoring is a common system requirement to detect and respond to
problems before an end user is even aware that a problem exists. This Application
Note describes how monitoring can be used to observe information about Delivery
Server running on the Java platform.
 

Introduction

This Application Note describes how monitoring can be used to observe information
about Delivery Server running on the Java platform. The article first gives an
overview of application monitoring and the technology used. It then describes how to
use MBeans and DynaMents to access several core monitoring and management
functionalities provided by Delivery Server.

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Über den Autor:
Thomas Pollinger

... ist Senior Site Reliability Engineer bei der Vodafone GmbH in Düsseldorf. Seit dem Jahr 2007 betreut er zusammen mit seinen Kollegen die OpenText- (vormals RedDot-) Plattform Web Site Management für die deutsche Konzernzentrale.

Er entwickelt Erweiterungen in Form von Plug-Ins und PowerShell Skripten. Seit den Anfängen in 2001 (RedDot CMS 4.0) kennt er sich speziell mit der Arbeitweise und den Funktionen des Management Server aus.