Getting JIRA system information from command line

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.

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You should try some monitoring tools. Maybe start with JMX monitoring or use tools like Nagios or NewRelic if you want more detailed monitoring!

Thanks, I did look at JMX. But, I would like to get raw data to tie it into our custom dashboards.

Is your "Accept Remote API calls" parameter enabled?

Thanks, I will check it.

You are correct, JCLI does not have any options for JVM statistics.

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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