I would like to know if there is a way to put on a measure that tracks down the number of Weblogic stuck threads. According to the Oracle Weblogic threading model, stuck threads are still in RUNNABLE state but execution time takes long - not to be mixed up with LOCKED threads).
Thanks a lot!
If you are on the newer versions of weblogic I think you can find the data of the status of the thread on an JMX Mbean. In this case you need to create a JMX. Try this one for starting to search:
I hope it helps,
Let me see if I understand what you're saying. Today, we have no Dynatrace out-of-the-box measure that tracks down the Weblogic Stuck Threads. Instead, the Customer has to create their own MBean and then we can track down the MBean, please?
Not clear. Thanks.
I used JMX measures. You have to check the Oracle documentation to find the right MBean and then put on a JMX measure that works on that MBean. The measure comes with a test button so that you can see if it works.