I am trying to get JIRA system information from command line. I would like to monitor the Java VM memory statistics from a dashboard.
I am aware of JIRA CLI, but, dont see any options that would help me.
Any suggestions? I tried using wget, but, keep hitting into permission denied error eventhough I am an admin.
You should try some monitoring tools. Maybe start with JMX monitoring or use tools like Nagios or NewRelic if you want more detailed monitoring!
In addition to what Jobin said, long time ago I used Jconsole. Since Jira is running on Tomcat, enable Jconsole and make a call to that port and fed data to Traverse monitoring server .. to get detail graph.
look at the below site for Jconsole
@Norman: Yes it is enable, but I keep getting permission denied error.
@Bob: I wish JCLI would support it. I cant use jstat either because JIRA requires Oracle JDK only and not openJDK.
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