Release Notes: This minor release fixes some small bugs and adds another example which fetches a thread dump of a JEE Server via JMX. The Nagios plugin "check_jmx4perl" has been enhanced to work with string and boolean values for critical and warning thresholds. The output and performance data of this Nagios check has been enhanced. For example, the output can be highly customized by providing a sprintf like specifier as a command line argument.
Release Notes: This minor release fixes mostly bugs found in 0.20. Additionally, check_jmx4perl is now able to run within an embedded Nagios Perl interpreter (ePN). Relative values in check_jmx4perl are now specified in the range of [0..100] (instead of [0..1]), which fits the Nagios conventions better. The nagios check can now be also used to monitor the return values of JMX operations.
Release Notes: This release includes a new command line tool, jmx4perl, for easy access to JMX information. Additionally, an autodetection facility is included that is able to detect the server brand automatically for supported platforms. New alias support is included, which allows for common access patterns across different platforms.