I've enabled the JMX Monitoring on our JIRA instance.
However, when monitoring the PID of JIRA with JConsole the MBeans documented on Live monitoring using the JMX interface aren't listed under the
com.atlassian.jira property. I only see BasicDataSource.
Does anyone have an idea how to troubleshoot this?
The knowledge base article is missing that configuration. Would be great if someone from the Atlassian team could add this information on how to configure a Windows service for remote access to the JMX monitoring. The current version of this article only lists setenv.sh and setenv.bat as possible configuration possibilities:
I would have provided that feedback myself via the feedback form but it looks like I'm not permitted to submit feedback to this article.
I tried this with sudo and without and the difference without sudo was I didn't see the JIRA connection but I still did not see basic datasource.
If you run jps -lV or sudo jps -lV do you see the datasource there?
Thank you for the hint, Branden.
Since I'm running JIRA as a Windows Service, sudo wasn't "the problem".
Meanwhile I was able to fix the problem. Here's what I did:
The MBeans are now visible on my system.
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