Using Tomcat7, how to monitor JVM all data sources in jmx


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asked Mar 7, 2016 by HarrimanOf (830 points)
My server has 4-5 instances of tomcat in that every application I am having different data-sources.

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answered Mar 13, 2016 by Diagnostic (590 points)
 
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More information can be found at Configuring WebLogic JDBC Resources - Oracle
I did some research and found this here
commented Mar 15, 2016 by n2410 (450 points)
They should also take care of similar elements
commented Mar 15, 2016 by pnaZipp (330 points)
I try all method and this is the only that work for me
commented Mar 15, 2016 by Youre (380 points)
I just ran into this same problem. This can help only if your code has every other bugs fixed
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answered May 14, 2016 by RustWhy (650 points)
Without having tried them or seen them in the wild, there are for example http://help.logicmonitor.com/using/datasource/creating-datasources/collectors/jmx-collector/
This has been as annoying as anything
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answered May 27, 2016 by Kendziora (140 points)
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