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Starting "Jboss 7" or "Jboss EAP 6", Jboss has stopped the support for exposing connection pool statistics via JMX beans. If you want to use the dynaTrace JMX based measure to monitor your datasource usage/statistics you wont be able to do so.
Here is a screen shot of a dashboard, which monitors the active Connection on individual data-sources.
1.0.0 (compatible with dynaTrace >= 5.5)
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2013-05-08 Initial Release
Name of the datasource
The datasource measure/statistics that you want to capture. NOTE: This value is case-sensitive
Jboss admin username
Jboss admin password
Jboss management console port
Import the Plugin into the dynaTrace Server. For details how to do this please refer to the dynaTrace documentation.
this plugin is real interesting, but very rumentary. Has someone developed it further?
This plugin is specific to datasources and it does capture all metrics for a given datasource.
What kind of improvements are you looking at?
I deployed it on the server and when I looked into the measure-category, there was only ActiveCount available.
In the sourcecode this is also the only defined measure.
Maybe I got something wrong, but I think it is necessary to change the source for capturing more than ActiveCount.
I also find a call tohttp://test.lab.gomez.com:9990/management/subsystem/datasources/data-source/apmweb-liferayDB-mssql-ds/statistics/pool?include-runtime=true in the source and some methods with // TODO.
Do I have the wrong version?
Yes you are right Jan. Its my bad.
I agree with you, this plugin needs enhancement.
Does this plugin work if we are only using Host Monitoring Agents? Or does it require a specific sort of agent to be running?
Does anyone know of a List of DSmeasuers, or if there are more statistics or measures that this plug-in can pull, or is the Java agent the only way to get any of the other measures for JBoss?
I'm starting using this plugin, and the metric value is always 0. Does anyone know why might it happen for?
Related to Brandon question, I found this link, https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/JBoss_Enterprise_Application_Platform/6.3/html/Administration_and_Configuration_Guide/Datasource_Statistics.html. I hope it is useful.
Ariel, did you get this resolved? I also tried a number of things but just get 0.0
Is there any documentation available for this plugin?