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From Stephen McConnell <mcconn...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Monitoring
Date Sun, 07 Dec 2003 06:54:57 GMT


Steve Short wrote:

>>As far as JMX is concerned the root kernel is already MBean 
>>enabled and is an active event generator (reflecting changes 
>>to kernel state). 
>>What still needs to be done is the exposure (via the kernel) 
>>of the subsidiary applicance mbeans - but more internal event 
>>structure is needed before this becomes available.  However - 
>>this means that the exposure of client MBeans is not far off 
>>- but that opens up the question of how a client declares an 
>>mbean - should we be using the @xxxx tags, if so, which tags, 
>>phoenix stle or or there something we can synchronize with in 
>>terms of Gerinimo development?
>>
>>If you or other have thoughts on this I'm real interested in 
>>getting feedback, suggestions, options, etc.
>>    
>>
>
>I like the xdoclet tags because it means you don't have to create the
>.mxinfo files by hand.  I couldn't find out a whole lot about the
>approach being taken by Geronimo on the Apache incubator site.
>

Me neither!  I was loking for a standard solution here - but to be frank 
I'm not seeing any shinning stars - my current conclusion is to lift the 
content from Phoenix, build this in closer to the Avalon Meta package 
and move forward from there.

Steve.

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