The current jolokia plug-in needs an update to monitor, what is needed on the Java side
Allow to assign a metric name to custom beans.Currently its only possible to assign one metric definition to custom beans.If custom beans defined with numeric output and different units like MByte, % etc. it should be possible to assign a metric definition for each unit.
It would also be helpful if there were more predefined sets of metrics (keyword MBEAN_SECTIONS_SPECIFIC) for widely used applications such as Jira, Confluence, Tomcat, Jboss, Jboss EAP, Websphere, Jetty, Activemq, Kafka etc.. These could be stored in separate files, making it easier for the community to exchange, customize, extend, and maintain.In the CGF file you could then specify for each instance which sets should be used in the event that the autodetection does not work or is unknown. This would also allow you to specify custom MBeans for only one instance instead for all instances as is the case today.
My vote is the third time removed from here :-(
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