|Managing and Monitoring GemFire XD / Using Java Management Extensions (JMX)|
GemFire XD uses MBeans to manage and monitor different parts of the software. The GemFire XD federated MBean architecture is scalable and enables you to have a single-agent view of a GemFire XD distributed system.
Federation of the MBeanServers means that one type of member, the JMX Manager Node, can provide a proxied view of all the MBeans that the MBeanServer hosts. Federation also means that operations and notifications are spread across the distributed system.
GemFire:type=Member,service=LockService,name=<dlsName>,memberName=<memberName>At the JMX Manager node, this MBean will be registered with GemFire/<memberId> as domain.
The following are some sample MBean names:
In its Management API, GemFire XD provides MXBeans to ensure that any MBeans that are created are usable by any client, including remote clients, without requiring the client to access specific classes in order to access contents of the MBean.
GemFire XD proxies are inherently local MBeans. Every GemFire XD JMX manager member hosts proxies pointing to the local MBeans of every managed node. Proxy MBeans will also emit any notification emitted by local MBeans in managed nodes when an event occurs in that managed node.