Custom Handler logging not working in Jboss Wildfly 10.x



when applying the agent to Jboss Wildfly 10.1, a custom-handler defined logger stops working. Jboss is not starting up.

Following parameter were added for JVM to workaround

following output on startup

This is also referring to, but that ticket was for Jboss6


EDIT (cannot add comments)

I have adjusted the parameters to this

But sadly the same result. Like said, the question is hereby, if a workaround for a Jboss 6 is still working for a Jboss10....


Jboss WIldfly 10.1.0, Linux CoreOS 7.3, Java V1.8.0_131


Lazar Bulic
June 11, 2018, 12:58 PM

Guys is there any update on this? I have the same issue here. Tried many solutions that are outdated or similar to this but had no luck.

Dejan Bromm
December 5, 2017, 3:23 PM

just for testing, but it does not change anything

have to split the dump due to upload limitation per file...
pls remove after having stored it for your analysis....

Ivan Senic
December 5, 2017, 3:02 PM

Sure why not, upload it somewhere and paste a link here.

Btw, why did you added inspectit folder to the module path -Dmodule.path=/opt/jboss10/modules:/opt/jboss10/top_cav_test/modules:/opt/inspectit?

Dejan Bromm
December 5, 2017, 2:42 PM

sadly, no change

same error

I have a nice 2,3 GB core dump....11mb packed. would this help?

Ivan Senic
December 5, 2017, 2:26 PM

Hmm that's very interesting and helpful.. Seams like the inspectit-agent.jar is found, because it would fail earlier if not.. But it's hard to conclude where exactly it fails afterwards as we pack buch of other jars inside of inspectit-agent.jar..

Maybe on more thing you can try, we did some changes lately so:

  • -Xbootclasspath/p:/opt/inspectit/inspectit-agent.jar should not be needed anymore, can you remove

  • -Djboss.modules.system.pkgs=org.jboss.byteman,org.jboss.logmanager,rocks.inspectit should work also if you take the rocks.inspectit out

Can you try to start without these two and check again if the same error is there..




Dejan Bromm






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