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By using PlateSpin® Orchestrate to manage both Microsoft Windows and Linux environments, Tenzing has created a new cloud computing platform for a new market of customers.
The purpose for this article is to present a way of enabling JMX on IDM 3.6.1 JVM on SLES 11, allowing remote monitoring of the JVM itself. The remote monitoring will expose Java memory and Heap usage, Thread usage, loaded classes, CPU usage, among other options.
It will cover how to monitor a system without any level of security (useful only in Dev/QA environment) and also how to enable security on the JMX connections, both through authentication and SSL.
Health check your eDirectory 8.8 on Linux with this script every day.
WALTHAM, Mass. 29 Apr 2009
Submitted by: rossatnovell on Mon. 05.04.2009
Filed Under: Solution Provider, openSUSE, Technology Partners, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, Data Center Specialists, Data Center
Topic: Announcements, Deployment, Disaster Recovery, Linux, Monitoring, Performance, Virtualization
Sometimes links in eDirectory get lost and cause errors. Because these errors aren’t really data-base corruptions you can not repair them with DSRepair (NetWare/Windows) or Ndsrepair (Linux). This program can check for the "faulty" links and let you repair or remove them.