1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 20, 2014 10:11 AM by Emond Papegaaij

    MBeans with JCONSOLE / Wildfly 8.1.0 / Domain mode

    György Kelemen Newbie

      On a local server I see all MBeans by jconsole. If I have a remote server in domain mode, I don't able the mbeans jboss.as.. a.s.o. How have I to process  the configuration (domain.xml, hostmaster.xml, hostslave.xml too, management-user.properties, application-user.properties, etc.) to get all mbeans by jconsole-connect "service:jmx:http-remoting-jmx://<server>:<port>?


      Can anybody help me?



        • 1. Re: MBeans with JCONSOLE / Wildfly 8.1.0 / Domain mode
          Emond Papegaaij Newbie

          I'm facing the same problem. Enabling remote jmx using '<remoting-connector use-management-endpoint="true" />' allows me to connect jconsole to the Wildfly server, but it connects to the host controller. Using use-management-endpoint="false" allows me to connect to the instances on port 8080 (or whatever the instance is using for http), but that endpoint is authenticated against the ApplicationRealm. Is there any way to expose the management endpoint on server instances in a domain, so I can authenticate against the ManagementRealm without having to move EJB http-remoting the the ManagementRealm?


          Best regards,

          Emond Papegaaij