6.3. Configuring the insight-activemq Profile

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Perform the following steps to configure the insight-activemq profile:
  1. Verify that insight-activemq in the list of profiles:
    JBossFuse:karaf@root> profile-list | grep activemq
    insight-activemq                          1               insight-core                                           
  2. Assign profiles to your container. For example,
    container-add-profile root insight-elasticsearch.datastore insight-elasticsearch.node insight-console insight-metrics.elasticsearch insight-logs.elasticsearch insight-activemq
    wait-for-provisioning -v
  3. Run the following commands to create a new broker profile and enable insight-activemq:
    profile-edit --resource broker.xml mq-amq
    # add this node as a child of <plugins>
    <bean xmlns="" id="InsightActiveMQ" class="io.fabric8.insight.activemq.InsightPlugin"></bean>
    mq-create --config broker.xml --port openwire=61617 --port mqtt=1883 --port amqp=5672 --port stomp=31613 --port ws=31614 broker_profile01
  4. Now, you can enable the plug-in per destination.
    profile-edit --pid io.fabric8.insight.activemq/auditor.enabled=true mq-broker-default.broker_profile01
    profile-edit --pid io.fabric8.insight.activemq/auditor.dest.queue://QUEUE_NAME=true mq-broker-default.broker_profile01
  5. Finally, assingn the profile to your container. For example,
    container-add-profile root mq-broker-default.broker_profile01
  6. To generate entries, you can produce messages like following:
    JBossFuse:karaf@root> activemq:producer --brokerUrl tcp://localhost:61617 --user admin --password admin --destination queue://QUEUE_NAME --messageCount 5
    JBossFuse:karaf@root> activemq:consumer --brokerUrl tcp://localhost:61617 --user admin --password admin --destination queue://QUEUE_NAME --messageCount 5
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