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websphere-mq-monitoring-extension. Multi-instance configuration


websphere-mq-monitoring-extension. Multi-instance configuration


I am trying to implement WebSphere MQ monitoring extension.


I can't find any instructions on how to connect to a MQ "multi-instance" queue manager. 

Mq clients use host1(port),host2(port) syntax to connect to such multi-instance queue managers.

The MQMonitor config.yaml has this sytax. What is the syntax to connect to a multi-instnace queue manager?


   - host: ""
     port: 1414

Multi-instance qmgr information:



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I am looking for more information on Multi-instance queue managers as well.

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Venkata Krishna Reddy.Konala
AppDynamics Team (Retired)

Hi Rob,


If you are looking for multi-instance queue managers as described here(, then the extension does not support this configuration.