Install Perfmon4j agent -- JBoss 6/Windows

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This guide details how to install the Perfmon4j agent into an JBoss 6 application server under running on Windows. The instructions require perfomn4j 1.2.0-RC_2 or later.

Copy files

Copy the following files from your perfmon4j distribution:

  • Copy the perfmon4.jar file into jboss\lib\endorsed folder.
  • Copy the perfmon4-servlet.jar file into jboss\server\default\lib folder. -- Note: if you are running a jboss server configuration other than default copy into that specific configuration.
  • Copy the perfmon4-tomcat55.jar file into jboss\server\default\lib folder.
  • Copy the perfmonconfig.xml (located in the pefmon4j\doc folder of the perfmon4j distribution) file into jboss\bin folder.


Copy the following following file from within your jboss server distribution:

  • Copy javassist.jar from jboss\client to jboss\lib\endorsed -- Note: do not use the javassist.jar included with the perfmon4j distribution.

Configure

Append the following line to jboss\bin\run.conf.bat file (Insert right before the :JAVA_OPTS_SET label at the bottom of the file):

set "JAVA_OPTS=%JAVA_OPTS% -javaagent:..\lib\endorsed\perfmon4j.jar=-eorg.apache,-eSQL,-pAUTO,-eVALVE,-f..\bin\perfmonconfig.xml"

Details on javaagent command line parameters.

Test

  • Start JBoss server using jboss/bin/run.sh shell script.
  • You should see Perfmon4j ascii art when the agent is launched.
  • Once the jboss server is started you should see something that looks like the following:

Max Active Threads. 0 
Throughput......... 0.00 per minute
Average Duration... 0.00
Median Duration.... NA
> 2 seconds........ 0.00%
> 5 seconds........ 0.00%
> 10 seconds....... 0.00%
Standard Deviation. 0.00
Max Duration....... 0 
Min Duration....... 0 
Total Hits......... 0
Total Completions.. 0
(SQL)Avg. Duration. 0.00
(SQL)Std. Dev...... 0.00
(SQL)Max Duration.. 0 
(SQL)Min Duration.. 0 

This indicates that perfmon4j is monitoring each web request. Go into the jboss console http://localhost:8080 and navigate through the jboss console. Each minute a summary will be displayed showing this throughput information.