I want to get some metrics from an application that is run using tomcat. I've configured jolokia module as follows:
- module: jolokia metricsets: ["jmx"] enabled: true period: 5s fields: app: jmx hosts: ["192.168.0.64"] namespace: "databaseconnectionpool" path: "/jolokia/?ignoreErrors=true&canonicalNaming=false" jmx.mappings: # - mbean: 'com.jolbox.bonecp:type=BoneCP' - mbean: 'com.jolbox.bonecp:name=BoneCP' attributes: - attr: TotalCreatedConnections field: TotalCreatedConnections - attr: TotalFree field: TotalFree - attr: TotalLeased field: TotalLeased
but in error.message field I get this error:
error making http request: Post http://192.168.0.64/jolokia/%3FignoreErrors=true&canonicalNaming=false: dial tcp 192.168.0.64:80: connect: connection refused
I can see the
BoneCP mbean using jvisualvm without setting any port for
jmx neither in application nor in jvisualvm to connect to the application. As far as I know
jolokia is a tool for
http but don't know if it is for
export or for
import or for both. If it exports jmx over http I think I should add it to the classpath of the application and specify a port for it. If so, why the port was not specified in example configuration of the elastic guide docs?
How can I get it working?