disable-monitoring [--help] [--modules module-name][:module-name]*
The disable-monitoring subcommand is used to turn off monitoring for Enterprise Server or for particular modules during runtime. Changes are dynamic, that is, server restart is not required.
Running the disable-monitoring subcommand without the --module option disables the monitoring service by setting the monitoring-enabled attribute of the monitoring-service element to false. The individual modules retain their monitoring levels, but no monitoring data is generated because the entire monitoring service is disabled.
This subcommand used with the --modules option disables monitoring for a module by setting the monitoring level to OFF. The status of the monitoring service is not affected. For a list of monitorable modules, see the --modules option in this help page.
An alternative method for disabling monitoring is to use the set subcommand. In this case, the server must be restarted for changes to take effect.
This subcommand is supported in remote mode only.
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Disables the specified module or modules by setting the monitoring level to OFF. Multiple modules are separated by : (colon). Monitorable modules include connector-connection-pool, connector-service, ejb-container, http-service, jdbc-connection-pool, jersey, jpa, jms-service, jvm, security, thread-pool, transaction-service, web-container, and web-services-container. Additional modules can be listed by using the get subcommand.
This example disables monitoring for Enterprise Server in general by setting the enable-monitoring flag to false (default is true).
asadmin> disable-monitoring Command disable-monitoring executed successfully
This example disables monitoring for specific containers. Their monitoring levels will be set to OFF.
asadmin> disable-monitoring --modules web-container:ejb-container Command disable-monitoring executed successfully