How to monitor dashboard Java VM installed and running on Windows server as a service
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Novell Operations Center 5.0
Novell Operations Center myMO 4.7
Novell Operations Center 5.0 Dashboard
It seems that the only way how to make java class for remote monitoring accepted by this specific service is to go into Windows registry database, and modify related registry entry directly. The registry entry path is this one:
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Apache Software Foundation\PRocrun 2.0\NOCDashboard\Parameters\Java
In the sample settings above we used port number 8282, and non-secure communication, without need to authenticate. For one time troubleshooting this security settings are acceptable, but if needed you can also make your communication secure, and you can request authentication.
After you restart your dashboard as the service, you can then connect with jconsole or jvisualvm tool to hidden Java VM over the given port.
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- Document ID:7011907
- Creation Date:11-MAR-13
- Modified Date:11-MAR-13
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