Want to know some details on what’s going on with your Atlassian application? (JIRA, Confluence, any JVM application).
Add these lines your Java Options:
Create a jmxremote.password file
- Copy C:\Program Files\Atlassian\JIRA\jre\lib\management\jmxremote.password.template to C:\Program Files\Atlassian\JIRA\jre\lib\management\jmxremote.password
- Edit jmxremote.password to add your credentials
- Set permissions on jmxremote.password
- Set owner the the user your Atlassian application runs as
- Remove inheriting permissions
- Remove all account permissions except for owner
- save your settings
Start your service & launch jconsole
Note: Running jconsole.exe -debug is helpful for troubleshooting
Use your favorite monitoring tool to collect the stats
SolarWinds SAM module supports JMX
Verify client configuration
Local Computer Policy
Verify Resultant Policy is correct
Verify Correct GPO’s are being applied
C:\>gpresult /scope computer
Update Group Policies
telenet wsus-server-01.domain.com 8530
If you are using a hosts file and having troubles with resolution, check out this post
Reset the client
wuauclt.exe /resetauthorization /detectnow
Force check in
Check WSUS in 10-15 minutes
If you are still having issues check out the client log file:
windows version: Server 2003 R2 Standard x64 SP2
Verify it’s not working
ipconfig /displaydns | more
Check for type-o’s!
Start with the simple solution first
Verify hosts file location
Open Registry Editor
Verify key: My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services|Tcpip\Parameters\DataBasePath
Copy Value data and paste it into Explorer to verify you are editing the correct file
Verify file permissions (This was my issue)
If machine\users is not given Read and Read & Execute permissions, add the account.
Need to produce a report showing all the databases in your environment? Why not include the name, size and owner while we are at it and export it to a csv file. Here you go!
Note: The SQLPS module is installed on a machine with Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio. I have tested this with MSSMS 2014.
The PowerShell Script
import-module "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\120\Tools\PowerShell\Modules\SQLPS" -DisableNameChecking
$rootdir = "C:\Users\VirtualRick\SQL Server Audit\"
$instances = import-csv $rootdir\server-instance.csv
ForEach($row in $instances)
$sqlPath = "SQLSERVER:\SQL\$($row.server)\$($row.instance)\Databases\"
dir $sqlPath | select Name, Size, Owner | export-csv $rootdir\export.csv -Append
server-instance.csv file example:
Who doesn’t want to know how their applications are performing? Here’s a quick way to start collecting data and analyzing it.
- Sign-up for a free New Relic account
- Download your New Relic java agent zip file to your server and extract. I placed mine in the “D:\Program Files” folder.
- Edit “D:\Program Files\newrelic\newrelic.yml”
- update the “license_key” and “app_name” variables
- note: the license_key is surrounded in ticks ” and app_name is not.
- Configure the java agent to start when the service starts
- start > run > regedit.exe
- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Apache Software Foundation\Procrun 2.0\[App ID]\Parameters\Java
- edit “Options” by adding “-javaagent:D:\Program Files\newrelic\newrelic.jar” to the bottom
- Restart your application service
If your app doesn’t show up in the console check your logs! (D:\Program Files\newrelic\logs\newrelic_agent.log)
Need to run a packet capture but your services for some unknown reason are running on a Windows Server? If yes, then your in luck. As of Windows Server 2008 R2 the tools you need are already installed on the server for you!
Note: Needs to be run from an elevated command prompt
Start the capture
netsh trace start scenario=NetConnection capture=yes tracefile=tracefile.etl
Stop the capture
netsh trace stop
The results will be a nice cab file you can easily transfer to your client workstation for review.
You may want to use a tool like Microsoft’s Message Analyzer to review the capture.
Micosoft Message Analyzer
It’s a known fact computers like to interact with other machines only when they can at least agree they exist in the same time. Once we learn more about time travel and parallel universes maybe this will change, but for now let’s keep all our clocks in sync!
Verify current status
Note the “Source” field. In the example below this indicates that the server is using the local system clock and not an NTP server.
PS C:\Users\Administrator> w32tm /query /status
Leap Indicator: 3(last minute has 61 seconds)
Stratum: 0 (unspecified)
Precision: -6 (15.625ms per tick)
Root Delay: 0.0625000s
Root Dispersion: 7.8418233s
ReferenceId: 0x00000000 (unspecified)
Last Successful Sync Time: 2/25/1983 7:53:20 AM
Source: Free-running System Clock
Poll Interval: 10 (1024s)
Configure the NTP server to use
PS C:\Users\Administrator> net time \\time.windows.com /set /yes
Restart the time service
net stop w32time
net start w32time
Sill having troubles?