jmx4r 0.1.0 Is Released
jmx4r 0.1.0 has just been released (jmx4r is a JRuby library which makes it super easy to write simple Ruby scripts to manage Java applications using JMX).
- fixed compatibility with Rake 0.8.7 (thanks Dan!)
- fixed dynamic mbean issues where attributes and methods were added to all the dynamic mbeans in the thread (thanks Munesse!)
There is also two new features:
- support for Java CamelCase style in addition to Ruby snake_case (thanks again to Dan)
logging = JMX::MBean.find_by_name "java.util.logging:type=Logging" # Ruby syntax works logging.set_logger_level "global", "FINEST" # Java syntax works too logging.setLoggerLevel "global", "FINEST"
- Connection to a local JVM (thanks to Mr ohtsuka). You can now connect to a JVM running on the same machine without adding the
For example, start an instance of jconsole without any additional system properties:
$ jconsole &
You can now manage this Java application locally:
require 'rubygems' require 'jmx4r' # :command is a regexp corresponding to the Java process to connect to JMX::MBean.establish_connection :command => /JConsole/ memory = JMX::MBean.find_by_name "java.lang:type=Memory" memory.gc
In addition to the previous
:url arguments that you can pass to establish a JMX connection, there is now
:command which must be a regular expression corresponding to the local Java process you want to connect to. You can find the name of the process using
$ jps 4255 JConsole 4395 Jps
You can connect to a local Java application running on Java 5 or 6. Is someone interested to contribute support for JDK7 too?
Once again, thanks to all the contributors and users who help make jmx4r even more useful!
As usual, to get this new release, just update the rubygem:
jruby -S gem install jmx4r
and do not hesitate to contribute:
git clone git://github.com/jmesnil/jmx4r.git