4 Replies Latest reply on Nov 3, 2008 6:41 AM by Vicky Kak

    Transaction Monitoring

    Mohit Anchlia Novice

      I was looking at following link about Transaction service and it talks about how Transactions could be monitored by running run-tools.sh that would then help in giving real time graph. But I couldn't find any such scripts.

      http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/jboss/jboss-eap-4.3/doc/jbossts/TX_Core_Programmers_Guide.pdf

      I also looked at jmx console through the browser and didn't find anything that will let me do real time monitoring on transaction service, object store etc.

      Could someone tell me how I can monitor transactions?

        • 1. Re: Transaction Monitoring
          Michael Musgrove Master

          The latest candidate release of the AS (5.0.0.CR2) contains a sar file which will start the jbossts tools via the jmx console. These tools let you inspect the object store as well as in flight transactions.

          The script run-tools.sh in the EAP distributions allow you to inspect the object store,for example for inspecting transaction in need of recovery.

          • 2. Re: Transaction Monitoring
            Vicky Kak Master

             

            "mmusgrov" wrote:

            The script run-tools.sh in the EAP distributions allow you to inspect the object store,for example for inspecting transaction in need of recovery.


            Interesting, I am not able to see the run-tools.sh on the EAP version I have on my localsystem. May be I need to try with the latest one.

            • 3. Re: Transaction Monitoring
              Michael Musgrove Master

               

              Interesting, I am not able to see the run-tools.sh on the EAP version I have on my localsystem. May be I need to try with the latest one.


              Sorry, I misunderstood what goes into the EAP. The tools scripts only ship with the community releases.

              • 4. Re: Transaction Monitoring
                Vicky Kak Master

                 

                "mmusgrov" wrote:
                Interesting, I am not able to see the run-tools.sh on the EAP version I have on my localsystem. May be I need to try with the latest one.


                Sorry, I misunderstood what goes into the EAP. The tools scripts only ship with the community releases.


                I think you are talking about the JBossTS EAP and not the Jboss EAP, I don't see run-tools.sh as a part of the jboss as .