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Can Not See Expected MBeans

We have the 4.3 Java Agent running in our IBM WebSphere Liberty server, and can see a lot of metrics already.

However the MBean Domain "WebSphere" does not show any entries.

 

We have followed the instructions in "Can Not See Excected MBeans", including the "last resort" step of setting the discover-mbeans property. This creates a directory und our <appagent>/conf directory, giving the nodename. Under that, we see an empty "discovered-mbeanservers" directory, but no "discovered-mbeans" directory.

 

 

Can Not See Expected MBeans
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Re: Can Not See Expected MBeans

Benjamin,

 

WebSphere Liberty edition is currently not a certified platform.

 

If you look in the agent logs, you will see either permission or classloader errors relating to JMX access.

 

In other respects, the agent should function normally.

 

Warm regards,

Peter



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Re: Can Not See Expected MBeans

Hi @Benjamin

 

Please be advised that we have released Java Agent 4.5.4 with the following capabilities:

 

  • Certified to support WebSphere Liberty Profile.
  • Correctly interprets the new format of garbage collection and CPU consumption reporting introduced by IBM in the SR5 release of their Java SDK v8

 Product Update, November 2018 (v4.5.4) provides complete information on what's new in v4.5.4. 

 

Hope it's helpful.


Thanks,
Radhika P




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