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       zabbix-java-gateway.jar - Zabbix Java/JMX monitoring agent.


       /etc/init.d/zabbix-java-gateway [ start|stop|restart|status ]


       "Zabbix  Java  gateway"  is  a  daemon  to collect information from JMX
       agent.  When Zabbix server wants to know the value of a particular  JMX
       counter  on  a  host,  it  asks Zabbix Java gateway, which uses the JMX
       management API to query  the  application  of  interest  remotely.  The
       application  does  not  need any additional software installed, it just
       has to be started with "" option to  Java
       on the command line.

       Java  gateway  accepts  incoming connection from Zabbix server or proxy
       and can only be used as a "passive proxy". As opposed to Zabbix  proxy,
       it  may  also  be  used  from  Zabbix  proxy  (Zabbix proxies cannot be
       chained). Access to each Java gateway is configured directly in  Zabbix
       server  or  proxy configuration file, thus only one Java gateway may be
       configured per Zabbix server or Zabbix proxy. If a host will have items
       of  type  JMX  agent  and items of other type, only the JMX agent items
       will be passed to Java gateway for retrieval.

       When an item has to be updated over  Java  gateway,  Zabbix  server  or
       proxy  will  connect  to  the Java gateway and request the value, which
       Java gateway in turn retrieves and passes back to the server or  proxy.
       As such, Java gateway does not cache any values.

       Zabbix server or proxy has a specific type of processes that connect to
       Java gateway, controlled by the option "StartJavaPollers".  Internally,
       Java  gateway  starts multiple threads, controlled by the START_POLLERS
       option. On the server side, if a connection  takes  more  than  Timeout
       seconds,  it  will  be terminated, but Java gateway might still be busy
       retrieving value from the JMX counter.

       Zabbix server or proxy will try to pool requests to a single JMX target
       together as much as possible (affected by item intervals) and send them
       to the Java Gateway in a single connection for better performance.

       It is suggested to  have  "StartJavaPollers"  less  than  or  equal  to
       START_POLLERS,  otherwise there might be situations when no threads are
       available in the Java gateway to service incoming requests.


       -V, --version
              Display version number.


       zabbix-java-gateway.jar recognises the following Java options:


              Example: -Dlogback.configurationFile=/etc/zabbix/logback.xml





              Logging configuration.

              Miscellaneous parameters.




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