Memory usage of Java application server via JMX and j4p.war - DEPRECATED
|Distribution:||official part of Check_MK|
Do not use this plugin. It will be removed soon. Use jolokia_metrics instead.
This checks uses the JSON HTTP service of j4p (from jmx4perl) to
monitor the current memory usage of a Java application server like
Tomcat or JBoss. You can define levels against the total memory
usage of the Java machine (heap + non heap).
In order for the check to work, you need to load the j4p.war into your
application server. Furthermore you need the agent plugin j4p_performance
in your Check_MK agent's plugins directory. If you do not use the
default port 8080 for j4p - lets say 9090 - then you have to create
a configuration file j4p.conf in the agents configuration directory
(usually /etc/check_mk/j4p.conf) with the single line port = 9090.
Note: No jmx4perl is needed - neither on the target host nor
on the monitoring server. No Perl is needed, either.
The agent connects to the application server always via localhost.
The instance name as configured in j4p.conf with the variable
instance. If you do not specify an instance then the port number
converted to a string is used.
Please note that the current implementation of the agent plugin
supports only one instance per host.
One check is created for each JMX instance sent by the agent.
The agent currently supports only one instance, but that might
be changed in future.