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Dmitry Konstantinov updated ARIES-1627:
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    Description: 
Aries JMX generates JMX notifications for all OSGi service changes events: 
* During a startup a lot of OSGi services are published. 
* Generation of JMX notifications takes some time (it can take about 0.7-1 
seconds on some live Karaf instances), getServiceIds retrieves each time all 
service references and so on.
* these JMX notifications frequently are not needed

It would be useful to have a configuration option to disable JMX notifications 
for OSGi service changes  (it can be an Config Admin option in 
org.apache.aries.jmx.framework.StateConfig)

  was:
Aries JMX generates JMX notifications for all OSGi service changes events. 1) 
During a startup a lot of OSGi services are published. 
2) Generation of JMX notifications takes some time (it can take about 0.7-1 
seconds on some live Karaf instances), getServiceIds retrieves each time all 
service references and so on.
3) these JMX notifications frequently are not needed

It would be useful to have a configuration option to disable JMX notifications 
for OSGi service changes  (it can be an Config Admin option in 
org.apache.aries.jmx.framework.StateConfig)


> Give ability to disable JMX notifications generation in case of OSGi service 
> changes
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>
>                 Key: ARIES-1627
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ARIES-1627
>             Project: Aries
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: JMX
>    Affects Versions: jmx-1.1.5
>            Reporter: Dmitry Konstantinov
>
> Aries JMX generates JMX notifications for all OSGi service changes events: 
> * During a startup a lot of OSGi services are published. 
> * Generation of JMX notifications takes some time (it can take about 0.7-1 
> seconds on some live Karaf instances), getServiceIds retrieves each time all 
> service references and so on.
> * these JMX notifications frequently are not needed
> It would be useful to have a configuration option to disable JMX 
> notifications for OSGi service changes  (it can be an Config Admin option in 
> org.apache.aries.jmx.framework.StateConfig)



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