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How to find the stuck threads by using the JVM monitoring or JMX enchanced plugin ?

venkata_s_matta
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FYi..i used the attribute "ThreadPoolRuntimeMBean.StuckThreadCount" in jvm plugin attribute but it's not working , please guide me because it's really important for us.

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What is the application server? If its WebSphere you can use "Declared Thread Hung Count". If its jBoss7, then stuck thread detection may not be supported.

venkata_s_matta
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My App server is "WEBLOGIC"

shahrukh_niazi
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Is Weblogic 12c ThreadPoolRune JMX Counter available in Dyntrace v1.205.163.20201201-130524 .... We need to monitor stuck thread count....and it looks like Dyntrace doesnt see this in its Weblogic JXM editor

Hello @Shahrukh N.

There are following two statements in the documentation:

  1. First Statement: JMX metrics are available for all Java-based processes monitored by OneAgent.
  2. Second Statement: JMX (Java Management Extensions) is ideal for monitoring applications built using Java. With Dynatrace, you can monitor any metric in your JVM that is exposed via an MBean.

https://www.dynatrace.com/support/help/extend-dynatrace/extensions/jmx-extensions/jmx-extensions/

Optional: For advanced cases write your extension from scratch.

Regards,

Babar