JMX::Jmx4Perl::Config - Configuration file support for Jmx4Perl
- Configuration file format
# ================================================================ # Sample configuration for jmx4perl # localhost is the name how this config could accessed <Server localhost> # Options for JMX::Jmx4Perl->new, case is irrelevant Url = http://localhost:8080/j4p User = roland Password = test Product = JBoss # HTTP proxy for accessing the agent <Proxy> Url = http://proxy:8001 User = proxyuser Password = ppaasswwdd </Proxy> # Target for running j4p in proxy mode <Target> Url service:jmx:iiop://.... User weblogic Password weblogic </Target> </Server>
my $config = new JMX::Jmx4Perl::Config($config_file);
- $cfg = JMX::Jmx4Perl::Config->new($file_or_hash)
Create a new configuration object with the given file name. If no file name is given the configuration ~/.j4p is tried. In case the given file is a directory, a file dir/jxm4perl.cfg is tried as configuration file.
If the file does not exist,
server_config_existswill alway return
get_server_configwill always return
If a hash is given as argument, this hash is used to extract the server information.
- $exists = $config->server_config_exists($name)
Check whether a configuration entry for the server with name $name exist.
- $server_config = $config->get_server_config($name)
Get the configuration for the given server or
undefif no such configuration exist.
- $servers = $config->get_servers
Get an arrayref to all configured servers or an empty arrayref.
This file is part of jmx4perl.
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