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tomcat oracle.jdbc.pool.OracleDataSource monitoring

bhalsey
Inactive

In browsing the JMX options I am only able to get to data for the connection pool name/auth/description/scope/type under Catalina->Resource->Context->myAppName->oracle.jdbc.pool.OracleDataSource->jdbcPoolName. How do I get min pool size/max pool size/active used pool, etc. ? I have read a few other user posts and nothing has worked to allow me to retrieve this info. The odd thing is we leverage google PSI Probe to monitor these tomcat servers and it is able to get this data, so I feel there must be a way to get with Dynatrace. Any help is greatly appreciated!

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cdatt
Guide

Hello Brent, we have similar issue with one of our tomcat Application for which we require Max pool usage but we are not able to get/find the correct Mbeans where we can dashboard as a measure. Kindly open a ticket with Support.

Babar_Qayyum
Leader

Hello Brent,

Please find the following documented information, if it helps.

Detailed dashboards are available for the following application servers:


  • WebSphere
  • WebLogic
  • JBoss

WebSphere

The following metrics are charted for WebSphere, as shown in the figure.


  • Pool Usage
  • Connection Acquisition
  • Wait Time
  • Thread Wait Count
  • Connection Usage Time
  • Prepared statement cache discard rate
  • Create vs Close Count

WebLogic

The following metrics are charted for WebLogic:


  • Connection Acquisition
  • Pool Usage
  • Delay Time
  • Thread Wait Count
  • Prepared statement cache discard rate
  • Failures to Reconnect Count
  • Created Connections
  • Leaked Connections

JBoss

The following metrics are charted for JBoss:


  • Pool Usage
  • Connection Usage

Regards,

Babar

tarjei
Organizer

I see you write creat vs close count for WebSphere. Is this an out of the box measure?