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manual:config:items:itemtypes:jmx_monitoring [2015/10/29 07:14]
richlv remove outdated zapcat references
manual:config:items:itemtypes:jmx_monitoring [2016/01/13 09:48] (current)
martins-v trying to fix numbering
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-==== - #14 JMX monitoring ====+==== 14 JMX monitoring ====
  
 === - Overview === === - Overview ===
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   -jar /​usr/​share/​doc/​openjdk-6-jre-headless/​demo/​jfc/​Notepad/​Notepad.jar   -jar /​usr/​share/​doc/​openjdk-6-jre-headless/​demo/​jfc/​Notepad/​Notepad.jar
  
-This makes Java listen for incoming JMX connections on port 12345 and tells it not to require authentication or SSL.+This makes Java listen for incoming JMX connections on port 12345, from local host only, and tells it not to require authentication or SSL.  
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 +If you want to allow connections on another interface, set the -Djava.rmi.server.hostname parameter to the IP of that interface.
  
 If you wish to be more stringent about security, there are many other Java options available to you. For instance, the next example starts the application with a more versatile set of options and opens it to a wider network, not just local host. If you wish to be more stringent about security, there are many other Java options available to you. For instance, the next example starts the application with a more versatile set of options and opens it to a wider network, not just local host.