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Monitoring Tools for Jboss server

 
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Hi All,

I need free open source monitoring tools for JBOSS server and JMS application . Kindly let me know the steps to configure and execution. The tool should provide CPU, Memory, Thread details and JMS information with GUI based & reports based.

I expect your valuable reply in soon.

Thanks in Advance.

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K.Elanges
 
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Have you looked at Jopr?
 
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Hi Peter Johnson,

I have refer Jopr, but in installation documentation they specified Install a database like PostgreSQL like that. I don't have postgreSQL , so how i proceed this.

Kindly let me know about jopr configuration in window xp.

Thanks in Advance.

Regards,
K.Elanges

 
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You have obviously seen the installation documentation (the JBoss Operations Network Install Guide has more details). What specific question do you have about it? When you attempted the installation, did it go OK, or did you run into an issue, and if you ran into an issue, what was it? Also, installing PostgreSQL on XP is fairly trivial.
 
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Hi Peter Johnson,

Kindly let me know the Jopr will support Mysql as a database instead on PostgreSQL / oracle.

I need your immediate reply in soon.

Thanks in Advance.


Regards,
K.Elanges
 
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Jopr supports only Oracle and PostgreSQL (which you already knew by reading the Jopr install guide).
 
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Hi Peter Johnson,

Kindly suggest any other open source monitoring tools are available with our database support for Jboss server and JMS
Server.

The tools should have GUI based reports for memory usage, CPU usage, memory leakage and Thread information. Also give
mail alert any fail over of server , etc.

For JMS Server monitoring Topics traffic information , sent topics , received topics , pending topics and Acknowledged topics
count. Also give mail alert for about all Topics events.

I spent more over 2 weeks for find the open source tools for the above requirement. Kindly give your valuable suggestion to
myself. It will great help to me.

Thanks in Advance.


Regards,
K.Elanges
 
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Hello

I have been using Pandora FMS to monitor everything in my company's internal network. I believe it has a plugin to monitor JBoss server. For more information you can visit the official Pandora FMS Unified Monitoring Tool webpage.

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Ramon Pulido
 
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Have you tried Nagios ? a very good tool. Check the link below.

http://www.nagios.com/solutions/jboss-monitoring
http://www.nagios.org/download/plugins/
http://www.nagios.org/download
 
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