JMX - Agent

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A JMX agent consists of:

JMX agents are usually located on the same machine as the resources they control, but this is not a requirement.

How to

Start an application with the JMX agent

      -jar myApplication.jar

This instruction uses the Sun's built-in support to enable a JMX agent.

You can programmatically start a JMX agent with the RMI connector using API.

JMX service URL

To connect to a Jmx agent, you use a Jmx Service Url

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