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Revision as of 06:35, 30 November 2012


Note: This ZenPack is available in commercial versions of Zenoss. Click here to request more information about this commercial ZenPack. Click here to see all commercial ZenPacks.

ZenPack name
ZenPacks.zenoss.WebLogicMonitor


Applications Monitored: 



Oracle WebLogic Server ZenPack

This ZenPack allows you to monitor an Oracle WebLogic Server.

Warning

The ZenPack Catalog has moved to its new home at https://www.zenoss.com/product/zenpacks as of January 17, 2017. The following information may be out of date, and this page will eventually be removed.

Support

This ZenPack is included with commercial versions of Zenoss and enterprise support for this ZenPack is provided to Zenoss customers with an active subscription.

Releases

Background

WebLogicMonitor uses the JMX Remote API and and accesses MBeans deployed within WebLogic that contain performance informa- tion about the components that are being managed. This performance information includes pool sizes for data sources (JDBC), threads, connections (JCA), queues (JMS), servlets, JSPs, Enterprise Java Beans (EJB), timer queues.

Throughput is also monitored when it is available. This metric is computed by WebLogic and is based on the number of messages moving through a queue at any given time. The throughput metric gives a good picture of the health of the messaging subsystem, which is commonly used throughout many enterprise applications. Stateless, Stateful, and Entity EJB performance metrics are monitored, as are message driven bean performance.

Security realms are also monitored for potential denial of service attacks. This includes recording of authentica- tion failures, broken out by valid accounts, invalid accounts, and accounts that are currently locked out. Application specific realms can be monitored by customizing the built in WebLogic default realm.

Installation

Normal Installation (packaged egg)

  1. Download the appropriate egg file for the version of Zenoss you are running.
  2. Ensure you are logged in as the zenoss user:
    $ sudo su - zenoss
  3. Install the ZenPack:
    $ zenpack --install ZenPacks.zenoss.WebLogicMonitor-*.egg
  4. Restart these services:
    $ zenoss restart


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