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|Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition Reference 11 g Release 1 (22.214.171.124.0)|
Directory Server supports monitoring through JMX, which is exposed by Java ES MF. See the Sun Java Enterprise System 5 Update 1 Monitoring Guide for details on the interface itself.
The monitoring framework is contained within the Common Agent Container, cacao, which is installed alongside Directory Server. Figure 6-1 shows the monitoring framework. The information flow for JMX is similar to the flow shown for SNMP in Figure 6-2.
The monitoring information exposed through JMX is organized according to the Common Monitoring Information and Data Model, CMM. CMM allows applications exposing their monitoring information to associate human-readable descriptions with the individual counters and other information. CMM is therefore meant to be self-documenting. Directory Server implements the following CMM classes.
When examining the content of the monitoring information, notice that CMM_ServiceAccessURI is implemented not only for LDAP and for LDAPS, but also for DSML/HTTP or DSML/HTTPS if the DSML front end has been enabled.
Java ES Monitoring Console offers a browser-based user interface to examine the information exposed. See the Sun Java Enterprise System 5 Update 1 Monitoring Guide for instructions on preparing the Monitoring Console for use.