When monitoring BAM using SNMP, BlueCat recommends polling the following SNMP Objects to monitor the health of the system.
Each BAM MIB (management information base) OID (object identifier) begins with the following prefix of network management object identifiers:
|BAM application start-up date and time
|Maximum number of database connections maintained at a given time
|Number of database connections currently in use
Note: Only applies to BAM v9.0.0 and later running database replication.Information about servers in replication. The object returns a table that contains a list of Standby servers with their associated hostname, IPv4 address, the current latency (in seconds), the replication health, and the replication role.
|Number of notification messages received
|Total amount of free memory in the Java Virtual Machine (in kilobytes)
|Maximum amount of free memory in the Java Virtual Machine (in kilobytes)
|Number of currently active Java threads