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How to obtain node agent syncroniztion status thrugh JMX.

Askar Akhmerov
Greenhorn

Joined: Apr 13, 2010
Posts: 20

That's the actual question. I don't see any mBeans that have such an attribute.
The most strange thing is that my Deployment Manager seems to be working without Perf mBean.

So, any clues on how to obtain node agent syncronization status would be appriciated.
Askar Akhmerov
Greenhorn

Joined: Apr 13, 2010
Posts: 20

The correct answer to this question is: you should register listener to NodeSync mBean.
this bean is performing syncronization every once in a while, you can obtain this information if you have
appropriate permissions.
 
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