I am having an issue getting a tomcat JVM to show JMX metrics. I have introscope.agent.jmx.enable=true set in the agent profile, and in the autoprobe/introscope logs I can see the settings look like they are set up correctly.
6/23/14 04:40:10 PM CDT [INFO] [IntroscopeAgent.Properties] introscope.agent.jmx.enable=true
6/23/14 04:40:10 PM CDT [INFO] [IntroscopeAgent.Properties] introscope.agent.jmx.excludeStringMetrics=true
6/23/14 04:40:10 PM CDT [INFO] [IntroscopeAgent.Properties] introscope.agent.jmx.name.filter=
Processing class com/cognos/pogo/monitoring/jmx/DispatcherMetricsHandler
Processing class com/cognos/pogo/monitoring/jmx/dump/MBeanDumpHandler
Processing class com/cognos/pogo/monitoring/jmx/dump/MBeanDump
Processing class com/cognos/pogo/monitoring/jmx/dump/MBeanDumpMBean
Processing class com/cognos/pogo/monitoring/jmx/dump/MBeanDumpOutputter
Processing class com/cognos/pogo/monitoring/jmx/dump/MBeanDumpConsoleOutputter
Processing class com/cognos/pogo/monitoring/jmx/dump/MBeanDumpSimpleXMLOutputter
Processing class com/cognos/pogo/monitoring/jmx/dump/MBeanDumper
Processing class com/cognos/pogo/monitoring/jmx/dump/MBeanDumpControlHandler
Processing class com/cognos/pogo/monitoring/jmx/dump/MBeanConfigurationChangeInterface
I turned on debug logging at the agent to see if I could find any additional information as to why the JMX is not showing up but I found nothing really in the debug info to tell me. Am I missing something obvious?
This is CA APM 9.5.2 and Tomcat 6.