The rest of Citrus posse (Christoph, Martin, Ralf, Torsten) joined us
(Marcel, Roland) yesterday, so we are able to spread over much more
talks and will flood this blog with even more reports from interesting
The second day at Devoxx continues with a university day, with much introductory talks.
BTW, catering was fine today, better than two years ago. I think the is worth mentioning, since this was one of the weak points last time we visited the Devoxx. Ah yes, Wifi is ok, too. Now for the talks ;-)
Some of us ConSol Labs guys enter this year’s Devoxx, the largest
Java conference in Europe. You can expect some blogging about the
state of Java, the newest trends and cool stuff in general out there
for this week.
Let’s welcome the new kid on the labs.consol block: Jolokia.
A small Nagios plugin for monitoring search hit counts. Don’t take it too seriously.
Die Datenbank-Plugins check_oracle_health, check_mysql_health, check_mssql_health und check_db2_health unterstützen auf vielfachen Wunsch auch den Parameter --extra-opts. Damit ist es jetzt möglich, z.B. Login-Daten von den Kommandozeilenparametern in Konfigurationsdateien zu verlagern. Neben Environmentvariablen gibt es somit eine weitere Alternative, Passwörter aus der Prozessliste zu entfernen und dadurch vor neugierigen Blicken zu schützen.
Jmx4Perl 0.72 has been released which is a pure bug-fix release.
Thruk 0.70 has been released at (download). The three major changes from user perspective are
Since version 0.70,
check_jmx4perl has support for configuration files. JMX Nagios checks are now considerably simpler to configure and multi checks add even more performance and flexibility.
This post explains why a dedicated Tomcat Connector reserved for the jmx4perl agent is a useful thing.