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Profiling/Logging/Graphs from JMX Data [message #116416] Fri, 26 October 2007 15:35 Go to next message
Sebastian Voigt is currently offline Sebastian Voigt
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi, i try to find a way to create Graphs from JMX-Data
(MBeans/Notifications). Is it possible to use statisticals for
Jmx-Information, and how is it possible to access this information (what
is JMXProbe?)
The only way to work with JMX Information is to use the Instr. Collector,
but with it, i can't create logging information or graphs
Thanks in advance
Re: Profiling/Logging/Graphs from JMX Data [message #117562 is a reply to message #116416] Thu, 08 November 2007 12:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Richard Y.S. HUANG is currently offline Richard Y.S. HUANG
Messages: 18
Registered: July 2009
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Currently with TPTP version 4.4 you can only see the data in the Managed
Agent Explorer this includes statistical data (the graph view is not
available at this time, working on it for 4.5). In the Managed Agent
Explorer, you should see a list of mbeans the ones with topic type
statistical are collect statistical information (Hit Count, average
time, Min Response Time, Max Response Time).

The JMXProbe is used to register each object with the MBean server. It
is probe used by Probekit within TPTP.

S.Voigt wrote:
> Hi, i try to find a way to create Graphs from JMX-Data
> (MBeans/Notifications). Is it possible to use statisticals for
> Jmx-Information, and how is it possible to access this information (what
> is JMXProbe?) The only way to work with JMX Information is to use the
> Instr. Collector, but with it, i can't create logging information or
> graphs Thanks in advance
>
Re: Profiling/Logging/Graphs from JMX Data [message #117767 is a reply to message #117562] Sat, 10 November 2007 08:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Sebastian Voigt is currently offline Sebastian Voigt
Messages: 11
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Richard Huang wrote:

> Currently with TPTP version 4.4 you can only see the data in the Managed
> Agent Explorer this includes statistical data (the graph view is not
> available at this time, working on it for 4.5). In the Managed Agent
> Explorer, you should see a list of mbeans the ones with topic type
> statistical are collect statistical information (Hit Count, average
> time, Min Response Time, Max Response Time).

The main goal of our project is to gather Application Monitoring data of
distribute application (!NOT Profiling Information). Therefore i ask how i
can access JMX or ARM Monitoring Information from TPTP to create graphs
from the data. With the Managed Resource/Managed Explorer i can access JMX
Data that was self offered with the JMX-Framework from the application,
but i can not create graphs. Is it possible with the TPTP Framework to
achieve this (JMXProbe or something else)

> The JMXProbe is used to register each object with the MBean server. It
> is probe used by Probekit within TPTP.
Re: Profiling/Logging/Graphs from JMX Data [message #118019 is a reply to message #117767] Mon, 12 November 2007 15:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Sebastian Voigt is currently offline Sebastian Voigt
Messages: 11
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
> The main goal of our project is to gather Application Monitoring data of
> distribute application (!NOT Profiling Information). Therefore i ask how i
> can access JMX or ARM Monitoring Information from TPTP to create graphs
> from the data. With the Managed Resource/Managed Explorer i can access JMX
> Data that was self offered with the JMX-Framework from the application,
> but i can not create graphs. Is it possible with the TPTP Framework to
> achieve this (JMXProbe or something else)

How can TPTP used tocontact a Application that uses JMX for Application
Monitoring? Can JMXProbe and the ProbeKit used for it?
Or should i write a Agent (in Java) that contacts my Application with the
JMX-Framework to gather the JMX-information (not profiling information)?

Thanks in Advance
Re: Profiling/Logging/Graphs from JMX Data [message #118194 is a reply to message #117767] Thu, 15 November 2007 02:20 Go to previous message
Richard Y.S. HUANG is currently offline Richard Y.S. HUANG
Messages: 18
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
After you started profiling your application using JMX Analysis type,
you can start up a third party tool, e.g. JConsole, to connect to
service:jmx:rmi:///jndi/rmi://localhost:7978/btmjmx and leave
username/password blank. In left tree, you can see the domain
"org.eclipse.tptp" and the corresponding data. If you selected "Collect
statistical and performance information" before profiling, you can
statistics data under the domain.

JMXProbe is a probe which is used to register object with MBean server.
It cannot be used to create graphs. I'm not sure if there is the other
component in TPTP can help to crate graphs.

Voigt wrote:
> Richard Huang wrote:
>
>> Currently with TPTP version 4.4 you can only see the data in the
>> Managed Agent Explorer this includes statistical data (the graph view
>> is not available at this time, working on it for 4.5). In the Managed
>> Agent Explorer, you should see a list of mbeans the ones with topic
>> type statistical are collect statistical information (Hit Count,
>> average time, Min Response Time, Max Response Time).
>
> The main goal of our project is to gather Application Monitoring data of
> distribute application (!NOT Profiling Information). Therefore i ask how
> i can access JMX or ARM Monitoring Information from TPTP to create
> graphs from the data. With the Managed Resource/Managed Explorer i can
> access JMX Data that was self offered with the JMX-Framework from the
> application, but i can not create graphs. Is it possible with the TPTP
> Framework to achieve this (JMXProbe or something else)
>
>> The JMXProbe is used to register each object with the MBean server. It
>> is probe used by Probekit within TPTP.
>
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