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JMX depth -- examples

Henry Wong

Joined: Sep 28, 2004
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JBoss has, of course, hundreds of MBeans in the JMX container, when it's up and running. How many of these mbeans are examined in the book? One of things that I found confusing (more frustrating) about JBoss, is that I couldn't find decent documentation on what many of the mbeans are (this was years ago, so may have changed).

Does the book go into some detail? Maybe examine some that may be useful? Obviously, examining all is not possible, in a general JBoss book.... And .... has the JBoss online docs improved in this regard?


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Peter Johnson

Joined: May 14, 2008
Posts: 5852

Yes, we do try to cover the MBeans that are relevant for each technology, so they are provided in many of the chapters. Some examples:

2.4, Examining Interesting MBeans: covers JNDIView, logging, system properties and a few others
3.4.1, Deploying Data Sources: describes the MBeans corresponding to a data source

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