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Monitoring JVM HPOO server

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Hi,

I'm trying to monitor the JVM for the HPOO. We are using an older version of 7.6 and it runs as a windows service using Jetty. I would like to know the location where the Jetty instance runs, seems like it is not in E:\Hewlett-Packard\Operations Orchestration\jetty since the monitoring tool gives the error it isnt able to find the Jetty instance.

 

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I was finally able to get it up and running with a monitoring tool called newrelic. It will pretty much be the same with any monitoring application. I had to add this parameter in one of the Jetty wrapper.conf files inside the HP OO/central folder.

wrapper.java.additional.4=-javaagent:E:\newrelic\newrelic.jar

Thought it might be useful to share, one in a million might face this issue with legacy applications.

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Came through this link 

http://docplayer.net/19366745-Monitoring-hp-oo-10-overview-available-tools-hp-oo-community-guides.html

for HPOO 10.0. Any bright ideas for the below question or is there any tested applicationto monitor HPOO? All the tools I select hit a roadblock due to this complicated setup of Java Windows service on Embedded Jetty.

Thanks.

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Re: Monitoring JVM HPOO server

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Hi,

The official OO 10.x monitoring guide is here:  https://lnast01pcache.saas.hpe.com/asset/resources/pd/oo/op11459949729/How_To_Monitor_OO10_v1_07_0.pdf 

Please note from OO 7.6 to OO 10.x there are significant changes (eg Jetty is not used anymore) and we highly HIGHLY reccomend to migrate to OO 10.x

Best regards,

Lucian

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Hi Lucian,

Thanks for your reply. We are in the process of migrating from 7.6 to 10.0. But we would have to provide support for 7.6 until 10 migration is completely done which might take a year or so. In the meantime, if you could point me in the right direction, would be very helpful.

 

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Could anyone let me know which log file has the relevant information to Java when staring the HPOO RSCentral service?

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Re: Monitoring JVM HPOO server

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I was finally able to get it up and running with a monitoring tool called newrelic. It will pretty much be the same with any monitoring application. I had to add this parameter in one of the Jetty wrapper.conf files inside the HP OO/central folder.

wrapper.java.additional.4=-javaagent:E:\newrelic\newrelic.jar

Thought it might be useful to share, one in a million might face this issue with legacy applications.

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I Lucian, is there an updated link for this monitoring document? I'm surpised its not included with in the docs folder?

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