Java Management Extension system properties

DataStax Enterprise exposes metrics and management operations via Java Management Extensions (JMX). JConsole and the nodetool utility are JMX-compliant management tools.

Sets the port number on which the database listens for JMX connections.

By default, you can interact with DataStax Enterprise using JMX on port 7199 without authentication.

Default: 7199

Change to true to enable SSL for JMX.

Default: false

True enables remote authentication for JMX.

Default: false


Sets the interface hostname or IP that JMX should use to connect. Uncomment and set if you are having trouble connecting.

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