3 Replies Latest reply on Nov 11, 2013 9:22 AM by Radoslav Husar

    Jboss as 7 Clustering health check

    gaurav mishra Newbie

      Hi,

       

      Do we have any default health check mechanism using which we can configure and monitor the health of a cluster? Also where can I view all the nodes in a cluster?

       

      Thanks

      Gaurav

        • 1. Re: Jboss as 7 Clustering health check
          Radoslav Husar Master
          Do we have any default health check mechanism using which we can configure and monitor the health of a cluster?

          Can you elaborate more on what would such mechanism look like?

           

          • If you were to monitor a set/cluster of AS, you would typically set a monitoring system such as nagios or RHQ.
          • The cluster itself performs a health checks (FD protocol), you will see information in the server log.

           

          Also where can I view all the nodes in a cluster?

          E.g. via JMX. In JConsole that would be MBeans -> jboss.infinispan -> CacheManager -> web -> Attributes -> ClusterMembers

          • 2. Re: Jboss as 7 Clustering health check
            gaurav mishra Newbie

            Hi Radoslav,

             

            Thanks for the reply. As an administrator, I would like to know what all nodes in the cluser are present,  how many are active. So that I can act accordinly and take a corrective action. What if all the nodes in the cluster went down? I know weblogic provides a self health monitoring of the multiple clusters. I was expecting soemthing similar on the same line.

             

            Thanks

            Gaurav

            • 3. Re: Jboss as 7 Clustering health check
              Radoslav Husar Master

              I would still direct you to RHQ for the sake of monitoring and alerting: RHQ - JBoss Community

               

              Something is telling me that "execution" and monitoring should ideally be 2 separate systems.