2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 20, 2002 3:44 PM by Steven Haines

    InstancePools exposed?

    Steven Haines Newbie

      From the output text upon starting 3.2, I can see that each bean has its own container and instance pool:

      [EntityContainer] Starting
      [EntityInstancePool] Starting
      [EntityInstancePool] Started
      [EntityContainer] Started

      [StatelessSessionContainer] Starting
      [StatelessSessionInstancePool] Starting
      [StatelessSessionInstancePool] Started
      [StatelessSessionContainer] Started

      [MessageDrivenContainer] Starting
      ...
      [MessageDrivenInstancePool] Starting
      [MessageDrivenInstancePool] Started
      [MessageDrivenContainer] Started

      [StatefulSessionContainer] Creating
      [StatefulSessionInstancePool] Creating
      [StatefulSessionInstancePool] Created
      [StatefulSessionFilePersistenceManager] Creating
      [StatefulSessionFilePersistenceManager] Created
      [StatefulSessionContainer] Created

      Is the runtime information for these containers and instance pools exposed somewhere via JMX? I am looking to see both the configuration (min, max) as well as the runtime info (current, cache hit ratio (for stateful), etc)

      Thanks!
      Steve