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From Andrea Gazzarini <a.gazzar...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: QMan JMX / 0.6 RC3 issue
Date Mon, 11 Jan 2010 21:14:47 GMT
Hi Robbie,
I can try to give you a help...

- Do you see in JConsole a QMan MBean (or something like that I don't
remember exactly the name)? It should have a connect() method that you can
use to connect to a new broker.

- Could you please try to set to DEBUG and send me the qman.log file?


2010/1/11 Robbie Gemmell <robbie.gemmell@quasareclipse.co.uk>

> Hey all,
> I was just trying out the QMan bundle from 0.6 RC3, and I'm having some
> problems getting the standalone JMX side of it to do much of anything.
> If I edit the etc/qman-config.xml file to uncomment the broker config,
> start
> QMan using the qman-wsdm-start.sh script, and then connect JConsole to the
> QMan process I can see the QMan Service MBean plus MBeans representing the
> queues etc. I can see the management queues it created on the C++ broker
> using qpid-tool, and the QMan web management console starts up and I can
> browse it (although it's not at the exact address noted in the
> documentation).
> If I start QMan using the bin/qman-jmx.sh script it starts up, I get the
> expected 'press q to quit' message, the QMan Ser

> vice MBean is shown if I
> connect using JConsole, but beyond that it doesn't seem to want to do
> anything. No additional MBeans to represent the managed objects, no
> management queues visible in qpid-tool. I downloaded the 0.5 bundle and it
> seems much the same [tested with the 0.6 RC3 broker, that is].
> I haven't used QMan at all before so I'm possibly just missing a step, but
> as far as I can see I'm doing what the docs say. Anyone got any experience
> using it? Rajith, I see you have modified the JMX startup script at various
> points, any tips?
> Robbie
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