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Release R28

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B JMX Agent-Related –D Options

Table B-1 lists the -D options that enable you to access remote JRockit JVM instances in Oracle JRockit Mission Control using a Java Management Extensions (JMX) connector.

Note:

Unless explicitly stated, the options listed in Table B-1 are also available in the com.sun.management namespace.

Oracle recommends that you use the equivalent -Xmanagement command-line options for -D options (if available).

Table B-1 JMX Agent-Related -D Options in R28

-D Option Description Default Value

-Dcom.oracle.management.jmxremote

See -Xmanagement.

true

When you set this option to false, no local connector is started even if you specify a port number for jmxremote.port.

-Dcom.oracle.management.jmxremote.port

See -Xmanagement:port

7091

-Dcom.oracle.management.jmxremote.interface

See -Xmanagement:interface

null

-Dcom.oracle.management.jmxremote.rmiserver.port

See -Xmanagement:rmiserver_port

None

-Dcom.oracle.management.jmxremote.registry.ssl

See -Xmanagement:registry_ssl

false

-Dcom.oracle.management.jmxremote.ssl

See -Xmanagement:ssl

true

-Dcom.oracle.management.jmxremote.ssl.enabled.protocols

A comma-delimited list of SSL or TLS Protocol versions to be enabled. This option is used with com.oracle.management.jmxremote.ssl.

Default SSL or TLS Protocol

-Dcom.oracle.management.jmxremote.ssl.enabled.cipher.suites

A comma-delimited list of SSL or TLS cipher suites to be enabled. This option is used with com.oracle.management.jmxremote.ssl.

Default SSL or TLS cipher suites

-Dcom.oracle.management.jmxremote.ssl.need.client.auth

When this property is set to true and the property com.oracle.management.jmxremote.ssl is also true, the client authentication is performed.

false

-Dcom.oracle.management.jmxremote.authenticate

See -Xmanagement:authenticate

true

-Dcom.oracle.management.jmxremote.password.file

Specifies the location for the password file. If the com.oracle.management.jmxremote.authenticate property is false then this property and the password and access files are ignored. Otherwise, the password file must exist and it should be in the valid format. If the password file is empty or does not exist, you cannot access the remote JVM.

JRE_HOME/lib/management/jmxremote.password

-Dcom.oracle.management.jmxremote.access.file

Specifies the location for the access file. If the com.oracle.management.jmxremote.authenticate property is false then this property, the password file, and access file are ignored. Otherwise, the access file must exist and it should be in the valid format. If the access file is empty or does not exist, you cannot access the remote JVM.

JRE_HOME/lib/management/jmxremote.access

-Dcom.oracle.management.jmxremote.login.config

Specifies the name of a Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS) login configuration entry to use when the JMX agent authenticates users. When using this property to override the default login configuration, the named configuration entry must be in a file that is loaded by JAAS. In addition, the login modules specified in the configuration should use the name and password callbacks to acquire the user credentials. For more information, see the API documentation for javax.security.auth.callback.NameCallback and javax.security.auth.callback.PasswordCallback.

Default login configuration is a file-based password authentication.

-Dcom.oracle.management.config.file

See -Xmanagement:config.file

JRE_HOME/lib/management/management.properties

-Dcom.oracle.management.snmp.port

Enables the SNMP agent on a specified port.

None

-Dcom.oracle.management.snmp.trap

Specifies the remote port to which the SNMP agent sends traps.

162

-Dcom.oracle.management.snmp.acl

Enables Access Control List for the SNMP agent.

true

-Dcom.oracle.management.snmp.acl.file

Specifies the location of valid ACL file. Once the SNMP agent is started, you cannot modify the ACL file.

JRE_HOME/lib/management/snmp.acl

-Dcom.oracle.management.snmp.interface

Specifies the local host InetAddress. The SNMP agent will then bind to the specified InetAddress. This is used when you have multihome hosts and you want the port to listen only to a specific subnet.

This property is optional.

None

-Dcom.oracle.management.autodiscovery

See -Xmanagement:autodiscovery

false

-Dcom.oracle.management.autodiscovery.period
(not available in the com.sun.management namespace)

Specifies the time interval between the broadcast messages during autodicovery in milliseconds.

5000 milliseconds

-Dcom.oracle.management.autodiscovery.ttl
(not available in the com.sun.management namespace)

Time-to-live for autodiscovery packets.

1

-Dcom.oracle.management.autodiscovery.address
(not available in the com.sun.management namespace)

Multicast address to send autodiscovery packets.

232.192.1.212

-Dcom.oracle.management.autodiscovery.port
(not available in the com.sun.management namespace)

Multicast port to send autodiscovery packets

7095

-Dcom.oracle.management.autodiscovery.name
(not available in the com.sun.management namespace)

Broadcast name of the JVM

 

-Dcom.oracle.management.autodiscovery.property.prefix
(not available in the com.sun.management namespace)

Copies all system properties starting with a specified prefix to the autodiscovery packets and make them available to remote agent.