Zabbix Documentation 3.0

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 Zabbix server or proxy will try to pool requests to a single JMX target together as much as possible (affected by item intervals) and send them to the Java Gateway in a single connection for better performance. Zabbix server or proxy will try to pool requests to a single JMX target together as much as possible (affected by item intervals) and send them to the Java Gateway in a single connection for better performance.
  
-It is suggested to have **StartJavaPollers** less than or equal to **START_POLLERS**,​ otherwise there might be situations when no threads are available in the Java gateway to service incoming requests.+It is suggested to have **StartJavaPollers** less than or equal to **START_POLLERS**,​ otherwise there might be situations when no threads are available in the Java gateway to service incoming ​requests; in such a case Java gateway uses ThreadPoolExecutor.CallerRunsPolicy,​ meaning that the main thread will service the incoming request and temporarily will not accept any new requests.
  
 Sections below describe how to get and run Zabbix Java gateway, how to configure Zabbix server (or Zabbix proxy) to use Zabbix Java gateway for JMX monitoring, and how to configure Zabbix items in Zabbix GUI that correspond to particular JMX counters. Sections below describe how to get and run Zabbix Java gateway, how to configure Zabbix server (or Zabbix proxy) to use Zabbix Java gateway for JMX monitoring, and how to configure Zabbix items in Zabbix GUI that correspond to particular JMX counters.