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JMX MBEAN Monitoring

Posted on 2011-09-19
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I hear that it’s possible to expose that MBean info via SNMP through the use of some  bridge or adaptor that is already in JBoss.   Does anyon ehave the steps to do this handy?



Then, I can use my third-party monitoring tool (SNMP-based) to poll selected data elements on a regular basis and alert on them as needed
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