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Babar Q. asked ·

Host settings for JMX plugin

Dear All,

Where to find the following documented information?

Navigate to individual host pages, open the host settings, find your JMX plugin and enable it.

https://www.dynatrace.com/support/help/extend-dynatrace/plugins/jmx-plugins/#expand-540not-seeing-a-certain-metric

Regards,

Babar

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Alonso F. answered ·

That applies if you want to enable the plugin per host instead of globally.

After you disable the plugin globally, go to Hosts > Select the Host > click (...) and Edit > under General, there’s a section called “Monitored technologies” and you will find the JMX plugin there.

Regards,

Alonso

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Hello @Alonso de C.

Apologies to not mention the SUN Solaris in my first question. I wanted to know the same configuration for SUN Solaris OS.

Regards,

Babar

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Is going to be the same thing, but you are going to see it underneath

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Hello @Alonso de C.

I disabled the global setting and checked all the SUN Solaris servers, but there is nothing related to custom plugins.

Note: At the moment, I am using the JMX plugin only for the IBM WebSphere Application Servers.

Regards,

Babar

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