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(OMi) Support Tip: Enabling remote JMX access manually

If the OMi UI is unavailable, how can UCMDB JMX access be enabled remotely? 

Here's how ...

1. Edit this file on the active DPS:
Linux: /opt/HP/BSM/odb/conf/settings.override.properties
Windows \HPBSM\odb\conf\settings.override.properties

2. Add this line to the end of the file: 
restrict.jmx.to.localhost=false

For Example:

# Settings written here will override any other settings' values in the cmdb
# Please use this file only in cases cmdb does not start and clean it afterwards,
# changing settings should be done using ucmdb Settings UI

# Example: uncomment this to change dirty read behaviour
# jetty.connections.ajp.enabled=true
restrict.jmx.to.localhost=false

3. restart ODB:
Linux: /opt/HP/BSM/opr/support/opr-supportutils.sh –restart odb
Windows: \HPBSM\opr\support\opr-supportutils.sh –restart odb

4. Now you can access the UCMDB/RTSM remote JMX console using HTTPS   https://<OMi_ServerName>:8443/jmx-console

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Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor

Question: Does we have solution when odb service does not exist? (2020.10)

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Fleet Admiral Fleet Admiral
Fleet Admiral

try restarting OBM completely 🙂

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