What are the MBeans for Jira for JMX monitoring?

I don't see any documentation for specifially enabling JMX in JIRA and which MBeans we can monitor.

Confluence has this documentation: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/live-monitoring-using-the-jmx-interface-150274182.html

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I went with jolokia to expose JMX.  Specifically, the Jolokia Agent for Atlassian.  The plugin exposes JMX over and HTTP endpoint.  I made all my calls to that endpoint.  So my threading lookup might look something like this 

http://jira-test.example.com:8085/plugins/servlet/jolokia/read/java.lang:type=Threading

 

I was having a hard time finding what was exposed exactly, support was somewhat helpful, so I went to the jolokia site to see if I could find anything.  Here is the link to the Jolokia Tutorial.  Toward the bottom of the page there is a feature that is called j4psh that wasn't the simplest thing to get working but when I got it I used that to "browse" around the available MBeans that are exposed.  I think this maybe different per version of JIRA of what exactly is available from com.atlassian.jira. 

This is just one way to hopefully find the info you are looking for. 


 

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