How to get System info from the command line?

 

I'm a systems administrator and we are running Confluence on RHEL and it would be great if I could get the output of the "System Info" page on the command line.

 

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What specifically are you looking for?

-Lars

Java VM Memory Stats, Jira uptime, if possible, the Memory Pool Info.

In that case I`d look into JMX monitoring.

-Lars

Didn't´t know that one. :)

Please mark the question solved.

 

-Lars

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