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JMX Monitor Problems

We have configurated about 500 JMX monitors, with a ejecution interval between 5 to 15 min. We made a sitescope sizing
But in some moments We are having alerts storms with results 'n/a' without a really lost of service from the WL or network problems.
Any body know or have this problem?, is a know problem?.
SiteScope is HP SiteScope 11.24.371 64-bit JVM, Build 264
I'll be very grateful if someone can help me.
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Based on that information, even though the monitors have been configured on intervals and you made Sizing on the server, one of the reason could be related that in a specific moment the a peak of monitor could be running at same time.


Let me know something, are you using Domain filter on that monitors?



Esteban Castillo
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Hi there

Make your connection pool per Key is not exhausted, check SiteScope help for minimum evictable idle time recommendation and for other JMX monitor Limitations.




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