[collectd] JVM statistics collection?

Florian Forster octo at verplant.org
Fri Jan 30 20:14:05 CET 2009

Hi Justo,

if I understand your implementation correctly, you use JNI to call Java
methods/functions and most JMX, RMI and such stuff is implemented in
Java. Right?

Wouldn't it make sense to change that into a generic Java plugin,
similar to the Perl plugin, so that all kind of stuff could be written
in Java? From the look of it we could probably re-use some code form
`jcollectd' ([0] if you haven't seen it yet), such as data
representation and data mapping.

The JMX stuff could then be implemented on top of that. I think there's
no need to reimplement much again, because your code already separates
JVM handling and data collection well.

What do you think?


[0] <http://support.hyperic.com/display/hypcomm/jcollectd>
Florian octo Forster
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