[Netarchivesuite-users] JMX Monitoring
Søren Vejrup Carlsen
svc at kb.dk
Wed Jul 2 15:28:08 CEST 2008
What version of java are you using?
It could be an issue with the jconsole bundled with java
A question: Jconsole does not seem to have a "-debug" flag in the versions of Sun Javam I know of.
What about the credentials for the montorRole on the remote machine (stored in conf/jmxremote.passwd).
Have you checked that they are correct.
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> I try to monitor the processes via jmx with jconsole. That
> works fine,
> when I use it on the localhost. But when I try to access a remote
> machine by using the comman jconsole -debug it fails with the message
> "Connection refused to host: 127.0.0.1" although I am not trying to
> connect to localhost. I am trying to connect with the following URL:
> where wc01 is my host, which I want to monitor, 8200 is my
> rmi port and
> 8100 my jmx port on that machine. All firewall rules a deactivated
> between this wc01 and the calling machine and I also used the
> user/password from jmxremote.password.
> Does anybody an idea what the problem could be?
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