The list command provides information about the application components and subsystems currently being monitored for the specified server instance name. Using this command, you can see the monitorable components and subcomponents for a server instance. For a more complete listing of list examples, see Expected Output for list and get Commands at All Levels.
asadmin> list --user admin-user --monitor server
The preceding command returns a list of application components and subsystems that have monitoring enabled, for example:
server.resources server.orb server.jvm server.jms-service server.connector-service server.applications server.http-service server.thread-pools
It is also possible to list applications that are currently monitored in the specified server instance. This is useful when particular monitoring statistics are sought from an application using the get command.
asadmin> list --user admin-user --monitor server.applications
server.applications.adminapp server.applications.admingui server.applications.myApp
For a more comprehensive example, see To use the PetStore example.