Perform Java Action
This action will perform Java actions such as generating thread dump, heap dump or garbage collection in the event of an alarm. To create a Java action, follow the steps given below:
- Select the Java Heap Dump/Thread Dump/GC option from the Actions menu.
- Enter the Display Name of the action.
- Choose the Action Type to be performed in the event of an alarm. You can choose either 'Thread Dump', 'Heap Dump' or 'Perform GC' option.
- If you choose the 'Thread Dump' option, specify the Number of thread dumps to be performed and the Delay between thread dumps in seconds.
- If you choose the 'Heap Dump' option, specify the Number of heap dumps to be performed and the Delay between heap dumps in seconds.
- If you choose the 'Perform GC' option, specify the Number of GCs to be performed and the Delay between GCs in seconds.
- Select the email action to be associated with this Java action using Associate Email Action. You can either select an existing email action from the drop-down box or create a new email action by clicking the 'New Action' link.
- Select Target JRE for this action from the drop-down box. The available options include Auto-select JRE, All JREs in the selected monitor group, Specific host and Specific JRE.
- If you select Auto-select JRE, Applications Manager will automatically detect and trigger Java actions based on the associated monitor. For example, if the action is associated with a host, this will trigger thread dump for the JREs available in the host. Or if the action is associated with a Tomcat/JRE monitor, this will trigger thread dump for the JREs present in the host of Tomcat server or JRE.
- If you select All JREs in the selected monitor group, this will trigger java actions for all the JREs present in that monitor group.
- If you select Specific host option, this will trigger java actions for all the JREs present in the selected host.
- Selecting a Specific JRE will trigger java actions for that JRE.
- Click the Create Action button to finish creating the Java action.
After creating the Java action, you can test its execution by clicking the Execute icon of that action.