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21.7. Multiple JMX Domains

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Multiple JMX domains are used when multiple CacheManager instances exist on a single virtual machine, or if the names of cache instances in different CacheManagers clash.
To resolve this issue, name each CacheManager in manner that allows it to be easily identified and used by monitoring tools such as JMX and JBoss Operations Network.
Set a CacheManager Name Declaratively

Add the following snippet to the relevant CacheManager configuration:

<globalJmxStatistics enabled="true" cacheManagerName="Hibernate2LC"/>
Set a CacheManager Name Programmatically

Add the following code to set the CacheManager name programmatically:

GlobalConfiguration globalConfiguration = new
GlobalConfigurationBuilder().globalJmxStatistics().enable().
cacheManagerName("Hibernate2LC").build();
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