When do you use JPSMonconfJMXmon or JPSMonConfPCHMon? What do you recommend the log level should be set to?
Pinned topic Difference between JPSMOnConfJMXMon and JPSMOnConfPCHMon
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Updated on 2009-06-22T09:48:53Z at 2009-06-22T09:48:53Z by SystemAdmin
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Re: Difference between JPSMOnConfJMXMon and JPSMOnConfPCHMon2009-06-22T09:48:53ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi aubs,
JPSMonconfJMXmon or JPSMonConfPCHMon are universal monitors to monitor any parameter (MBean in case of JPSMonconfJMXmon, PCH Listener in case of JPSMonConfPCHMon) delivered by JMX or PCH (some of the PCH information is used in FileNet dashboard).
The advantage of these monitors is the configuration. When setting up a monitor, you can see all available attributes/PCH pathes in a tree like view and search for the desired values.
It's also possible to mark the monitored values to be ignored when the value is not available (some PCH values are only available when the FileNet functions where used, directly after reboot or restart it is possible that some values do not exist which would cause the monitor to send a false alarm).
See attached explanation on how to set up these monitors.
Log level should only be changed to debug for troubleshooting.