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JBoss cluster health

Reda Mokrane
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Joined: Jul 25, 2001
Posts: 237
I there a way that I can monitor the health of the JBoss cluster?

Thanks for any help.
Peter Johnson

Joined: May 14, 2008
Posts: 5852

That sounds like a job for JBoss ON, but you will need to buy a support contract from Red Hat to get it.

Other than that, if you don't mind rolling your own, you could look into Nagios or GroundWork Open Source (which actually uses Nagios to do monitoring but is easier to configure).

Also, most commercial monitoring tools (e.g. HP OpenView) I know of can also monitor JBossAS (look for tools that either have JBossAS support built in, or tools that can use JMX).

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