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How to Monitor JBOSS Pooled Connections

Mohammed Yousuff
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In our project we like to know how many EJB’s request are handled in the prod environment at a time. So we created a Monitor for the attribute CurrentThreadPoolSize in the object  jboss:service=invoker,type=pooled
However we are unable to see any change in values when we tried to fire more than 100 requests (using JMeter)… I did the similar kind of setup for JVM free Memory & DB Connection , but both works fine…
Similar we also want to track the number HTTP request are handled by the server at a time (no users), however when we fire 100 request, there is changes in values in graph, however monitor doesn’t send any alerts if the threshold values reaches
confused about what really happing, any thought are appreciated.

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