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how to use wlst to check runtime thread value and then send an email

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Hi Folks,

I am trying to use wlst to send an email whenever the runtime thread value exceeds some certain value let say 35.
I have found some links for that and unable to get it working.
http://wlstbyexamples.blogspot.com/2009/06/self-tuned-thread-pool-count.html
http://weblogic-wonders.com/weblogic/2010/11/13/sending-e-mail-alert-on-weblogic-server-shutdown/

So, now iam trying to redirect the o/p of wlst to a text file and then grep on that file and use if else statement.
The problem is redirect command is able to write to the mentioned file but its not writing the runtime value.

Below is interactive command with wlst:
wls:/testdom/serverConfig> redirect('/tmp/test.test')  ---- (redirecting to /tmp)
wls:/testdom/serverConfig> serverRuntime()
Location changed to serverRuntime tree. This is a read-only tree with ServerRuntimeMBean as the root.
For more help, use help(serverRuntime)

wls:/testdom/serverRuntime> cd('serverRuntime:/ThreadPoolRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime/')
wls:/testdom/serverRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime> cmo.getHoggingThreadCount()
0
wls:/testdom/serverRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime> cmo.getExecuteThreadTotalCount()
8
wls:/testdom/serverRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime> cmo.getExecuteThreadIdleCount()
0
wls:/testdom/serverRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime> cmo.getPendingUserRequestCount()
0
wls:/testdom/serverRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime> cmo.getQueueLength()
0
wls:/testdom/serverRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime> cmo.getThroughput()
0.4975124378109453
wls:/testdom/serverRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime/ThreadPoolRuntime> disconnect()
Disconnected from weblogic server: testdom_a1
wls:/offline> stopRedirect()
WLST output will no longer be redirected to /tmp/test.test.
wls:/offline> exit()

----
But when i check my /tmp/test.test file i dont see the runtime value.

bash-3.00$ more test.test
Location changed to serverRuntime tree. This is a read-only tree with ServerRuntimeMBean as the root.
For more help, use help(serverRuntime)

Disconnected from weblogic server: cmsintprd_a1
WLST output will no longer be redirected to /tmp/test.test.
bash-3.00$


Is there any way get the values written to a file and then use a shell script to send email?

Thank you,
Joe






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do the wls:/testdom/serverConfig> redirect('/tmp/test.test')  ---- (redirecting to /tmp)
after wls:/testdom/serverConfig> serverRuntime()
or other commands and check if it works for you
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