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Ooi Thiam Yew Absent Member.
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Configure parm file to monitor java processes

Hi,

I would like to know how can I configure the ovpa parm file to recognize java processes as Applications for graphing with OVPM. My OVPA is 4.50 and OVPM is 5.0.

The java processes are as below: -
1) /usr/jdk/jdk1.5.0_07/bin/java -Did=BC -server -Xincgc -Xmx128m -Xms128m -Xss1m
2) /usr/jdk/jdk1.5.0_07/bin/java -Did=Tomcat -server -Xmx512m -Djava.util.logging.
3) java -Did=MS_CRM -Dconfig=/usr/local/conf/DGcommon.conf -Dlog4j.conf
4) /usr/jdk/jdk1.5.0_07/bin/java -Did=SS -Dlog4j.configuration=/usr/local/

I have tried to configure the parm file as below: -
application = Tomcat
cmd = *-Did=Tomcat*

application = BC
cmd = *-Did=BC*

application = SS
cmd = *-Did=SS*

application = MS
cmd = *-Did=MS_CRM*

But, I am not sure whether this is the right config. Would appreciate if somebody can advise on the right configuration.

Thanks in advance.
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Philip Gunter Absent Member.
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Re: Configure parm file to monitor java processes

Hi Ooi,

you need to use the javaarg = true value in your parm file.

There is an example in the default parm file. (/opt/perf/newconfig/parm)
I've copied the section below.

Cheers,
Philip.

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# The following javaarg flag, when true, will affect the PROC_PROC_ARGV1
# metric value for java processes. Instead of using the literal value
# of the first process argument, the PROC_PROC_ARGV1 metric will be set
# to the java classname or jarfile name if it is found somewhere in the
# command string. This can be useful for application definitions using
# the new argv1= discriminator:

javaarg = true

# Two example application definitions specific to java follow.
# They are commented out. To make application data useful on your
# system, you should customize your application definitions to match the
# processes running on your system:
#
# This example will only work if javaarg is true (see above). It will
# bucket java processes into the application myco-java when their classname
# begins with com.myco.
#application = myco-java
#file = java
#argv1 = com.myco.*
#
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