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Is it possible to monitor Bamboo remote agents using JConsole

Is it possible to monitor Bamboo remote agents using JConsole, as how we monitor other Atlassian products? 

Since remote agents runs on JVM, i think this should be possible. Have any one tried this?

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Bruno Rosa Atlassian Team May 17, 2018

Hey Heshan, yes you should be able to monitor Bamboo remote agents using JConsole the same way you monitor Bamboo. Take a look at the following page for further instructions on how to set this up:

The only difference with remote agents is that instead of adding the jmxremote argument to the file (as suggested in the doc), you'll need to find the <BAMBOO_AGENT_HOME>/conf/wrapper.conf and add it there as an additional wrapper java argument, and restart the agent. Here's an example of how the file will look like after adding the jmxremote argument for local monitoring:

Hope this helps. 

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