I am able to successfully connect (the message says: "Connected to WAS successfully")
However, when attempted to start monitoring I am getting the following message:
"Access is denied because of insufficient or empty credentials". I am not a WAS admin but have the authorization to use the Admin Console FOR READ ONLY. I am also able to login on the servers where WebSphere JVMs are installed. The package documentation does not state that the user of the tool must be the WAS Admin. And the monitoring that the package provides is mostly suitable for the developers/architects than for WAS admin.
Please clarify what authorization is needed to use the package. This seems to be as very useful tools and it will be very unfortunate if you cut out the audience that really needs this tool.
Thanks for your help.
Shishir 110000FT0U28 Posts
Re: Monitoring problem2012-11-13T20:12:42ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi Igor,
The user should have the security role of operator.
Why? We need custom statistic set of PMI from the Perf MBean, and this is allowed for role operator and above.
Hope this helps
IgorL 270001TUS73 Posts
Re: Monitoring problem2012-11-16T15:41:24ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- Shishir 110000FT0U
Thanks for your help, I already using the tool and it is quite impressive and helpful. The only problem I encountered so far is that -
- The tool provides the Servlet response time
- Expand the line to see the details
- Here among the details you see some servlets that took much longer time than the line they belong to reports.
I would like to email you the example. How I can attache it?
Another small questions - is the time reported in milliseconds (ms)?