I am trying to do performance monitoring of bitbucket staging server and followed instructions on https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver0413/enabling-jmx-counters-for-performance-monitoring-873875206.html
Despite following instructions from above, JConsole login window keeps complaining "Connection failed: Connection refused". Not sure why. I tried with FQDN, IP address but in vain.
There are a few things to do to make it work:
* start bitbucket with -Djava.rmi.server.hostname=`hostname -f` (Linux)
* if you use ssl, you may have to import your CA's root certificates into the Java trusstore, if you use a corporate CA
* if you use proxy settings, make sure you excluded local traffic, or your proxy can handle JMX
* you may have to configure JMX role to user mappings on the server (jmxpassword.properties)
* use the correct user name when autenticating with JMX
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