This document specifies the available MBean types that can be used as the domain of the ObjectName to reference the system MBeans.
The MBeans have been broken down into groups of related MBeans for convience. Each group of MBeans is assigned to a table in this page.
The user can click on any of the MBeans listed and will be taken to another page which lists all
the attributes, notifications and operations available on that MBean.
In the tables below the text [id] is used as a placeholder for the MBean type which is
defined by the type of Caplin server product being monitored. This text will be replaced
with the application name of the product that generated the MBeans when the MBeans are being called
from the client side application.So for example if the
Caplin Liberator using SSL created the MBeans then the MBean [id].server.system:System=default
would become rttpd_ssl.server.system:System=default.
The text that will replace [id] can be found in the SERVERTYPE MBean as the root attribute.
SystemGenreic MBeans used by the JMX server
|MBean Type ||MBean Description|
Provides information and monitors activity relating to the system Liberator and
DataSource applications are running on.
|[id].server.datasrc||Provides release information regarding the DataSource libraries the Liberator is using.
|[id].server.logging||Log file information|
Provides information and monitors activity of the DataSource's message queue.
If a peer loses its connection to a DataSource, messages will be queued until
the connection can be reestablished. The queue is flushed when a reconnection is
Provides information and monitors activity of a peer (remote application or feed
handler which Liberator can receive data from and send data to).
There are two kinds of peer:
- active peers, which keep track of which objects have been requested and sends updates for those objects only.
- broadcast peers, which send all objects and updates to any connected peers.
Provides statistical information on each of the DataSource peers.
Additionally, an instance called "global" is an aggregate of all peers.
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