Now I can see the units are nanoseconds.
Now I can see that processing time is the time of ONE action processing. It's not a sum (I thought is is).
Does anybody know how to configure monitoring tool when more esb instances are used?
Should all JBossESB monitoring instances be poited to the same datastore (same management-dsl.xml)?
Should be enabled only one DataFilerScheduler mbean in cluster?
Now I have following configuration
1. All management.esb points to same db.
2. I have enabled only one DataFilerScheduler mbean in cluster
My ESB cluster consists of 2 ESB instances.I do not understand why there are doubled lines. I have enabled only ONE DataFilerScheduler mbean.
I have following output
09-22 16:16:34 53.041.258.496 09-22 16:16:34 53.041.258.496 09-22 16:15:34 61.715.935.232 09-22 16:15:34 61.715.935.232 09-22 16:14:34 61.715.935.232 09-22 16:14:34 61.715.935.232 09-22 16:13:34 61.715.935.232 09-22 16:13:34 61.715.935.232
Thanks for help
I have configured my cluster in following way:
Each JBossESB instance has its own management database and its own DataFilerScheduler.
I have separate monitoring of each JBossESB instance.
I have clustered esb services. Each EPR of the service is monitored by seperate monitoring esb tool. I have to manually summarize statistics from the nodes to get complete view on performace.
Sorry, I had asked TomC to comment on this yesterday so I will chase him up. He is the person who has been driving this.
Thank you:-) I would be gratefull for any comments.