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Re: [jetty-users] configuring JMX interface to use SSL

On Wed, Feb 08, 2017 at 06:43:32PM +0100, Simone Bordet wrote:
> If you want to have JMX over SSL, just enable the jmx module in Jetty.
> This will expose the Jetty components as MBeans.
> Then you enable all the relevant system properties reported by the
> link above to enable remote monitoring via SSL.

Ok, I've tried these invocations, and none of them yield an SSL
certificate when I connect to port 1099, when I use the 'demo-base'

   # pwd

  java -jar ../start.jar --module=jmx,jmx-remote

  # This should be the operational default, but just to make sure...
  java \
       -jar ../start.jar --module=jmx,jmx-remote

  # RMI Registry Authentication is 'false' by default
  java \ \
       -jar ../start.jar --module=jmx,jmx-remote

Should any of these have worked?  Or am I misunderstanding what
you're saying?

> The reason of the existence of the jmx-remote module is that the
> default support by the JVM opens a random port for the
> JMXConnectorServer, which is not friendly for firewalls.

Pretty neat. :)

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