jmxterm Publisher's description
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jmxterm 1.0 Alpha 4
jmxterm (JMX terminal) is a command line based interactive JMX client. It's designed to allow user to access JMX from command line without graphical environment. In another word, it's a command line based jconsole.
Here are some key features of "jmxterm":
Â· jmxterm only depends on JDK 1.5+ at runtime. Internally it depends on other third party libraries but those libraries are nicely wrapped with the ready-to-run uberjar package. You don't need to worry about how to setup dependencies.
Â· Platform neutral
Â· Similar to most Java applications, jmxterm is platform independent
Â· Download and run: The executable jmxterm is wrapped with uberjar file, which runs out of box with java -jar jmxterm-#-uber.jar command once it's downloaded. There's no configuration, directories, environment variables or file permissions that need to setup. Check out Download and Run for more details.
Â· Unlike cmdline-jmxclient , jmxterm is called interactive. User can do complicated series of small operations in interactive console.
Â· Self documented: In jmxterm, every command is explained with usage page and examples. -h and --help option applies to every command line command. You may also find many examples in One Minute Tutorial and User Manual .
Â· jmxterm can be used as a script interpreter under unix environment. Take a look at Manual for more details.
Â· Local processes: jmxterm is aware of all local JVM processes running on localhost and is able to connect to them even if the process isn't started with JMX arguments. For now, this feature only works when jmxterm is called with jdk6 and the process to monitor runs from jdk6.
Â· Password auth
Â· jmxterm allows user/password based authentication for JMX login
Â· Script embed: For complex logic, jmxterm itself doesn't support any sequence control expression but it can be integrated with script language such as Perl
What's New in This Release:Â· Feature User/password authentication from boot CLI or open command Feature Reformat output message to allow JMXTERM to be called in other script Feature Add non-interactive mode to allow JMXTERM to be embedded in SHELL script Change Replace confusing abbreviation/verbose option to one VerboseLevel option Backend Decouple command input and output to separated module for flexible usage
System Requirements:Â· JDK 1.5
Program Release Status:
Program Install Support: Install and UnInstal