JIRA admin(was: Re: [jira] Commented: (ARIES-29) Implement JMX Agent)

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JIRA admin(was: Re: [jira] Commented: (ARIES-29) Implement JMX Agent)

Jeremy Hughes
Hi Joe, I'm interested as to how you did this. Presumably it's because
you are in the jira-administrators group. A few years ago I was given
admin karma and I have the ADMINISTRATOR menu option along the top of
the JIRA web page. I can add users to the different roles
(Administrators, Committers etc) but I can't modify groups such as
aries-developer. It feels like I'm in some kinda admin purgatory.

When I look at the my dashboard it looks like I'm not in
jira-administrators group, so I'm wondering now how I've managed to
get the ADMINISTRATOR menu item on my dashboard!

Any ideas?

Cheers,
Jeremy

2009/10/21 Joe Bohn <[hidden email]>:

> Adam,
>
> I just added you as an aries-developer so you should be able to assign the
> jira to yourself now.  You may need to log-out then back in to jira.
>
> Joe
>
>
> Adam Wojtuniak (JIRA) wrote:
>>
>>    [
>> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ARIES-29?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:comment-tabpanel&focusedCommentId=12768462#action_12768462
>> ]
>> Adam Wojtuniak commented on ARIES-29:
>> -------------------------------------
>>
>> If someone can assign this task to me I can start working on it . thanks.
>>
>>> Implement JMX Agent
>>> -------------------
>>>
>>>                Key: ARIES-29
>>>                URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ARIES-29
>>>            Project: Aries
>>>         Issue Type: New Feature
>>>         Components: JMX
>>>   Affects Versions: 1.0
>>>           Reporter: Adam Wojtuniak
>>>            Fix For: 1.0
>>>
>>>
>>> Implement JMX Agent. It should be responsible for tracking all MBean
>>> servers(registered as a services) and services which will be exposed as a
>>> Managed Beans (MBeans).
>>> JMX Agent should register following MBeans: Framework MBean, Bundle State
>>> MBean, Service State MBean, Package State MBean, Permission Admin MBean,
>>> Configuration Admin MBean,
>>> Provisioning Service MBean, User Admin MBean, Conditional Permission
>>> Admin MBean.
>>> It is open issue if we should track MBean servers registered as services
>>> but for now we can follow RI of JMX which listen to MBean Server services.
>>> For now we can track MBeanServers and when service is discovered register
>>> MBeans. Same in case when service is exposed as Managed MBeans it should be
>>> registered (on all available MBean servers) when is discovered.
>>
>
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Re: JIRA admin(was: Re: [jira] Commented: (ARIES-29) Implement JMX Agent)

Joe Bohn
Yes, it is my understanding that if you have jira-admin should be able
to edit group membership.

You can do this in two ways:
1) Go to the user browser and search for the user.  You can then select
"Groups" under the Operations listed per user from the search results
where you can perform "join" or "leave" functions.  You can also select
the specific user and at the bottom of the user panel there is an "edit
groups" option.
2) Go to the group browser.  You can find the group you want to work on
and then select edit members.

So do you not see these options in the group and user admin views? I'll
look at your id so see if I notice anything strange.

Joe


Jeremy Hughes wrote:

> Hi Joe, I'm interested as to how you did this. Presumably it's because
> you are in the jira-administrators group. A few years ago I was given
> admin karma and I have the ADMINISTRATOR menu option along the top of
> the JIRA web page. I can add users to the different roles
> (Administrators, Committers etc) but I can't modify groups such as
> aries-developer. It feels like I'm in some kinda admin purgatory.
>
> When I look at the my dashboard it looks like I'm not in
> jira-administrators group, so I'm wondering now how I've managed to
> get the ADMINISTRATOR menu item on my dashboard!
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Cheers,
> Jeremy
>
> 2009/10/21 Joe Bohn <[hidden email]>:
>> Adam,
>>
>> I just added you as an aries-developer so you should be able to assign the
>> jira to yourself now.  You may need to log-out then back in to jira.
>>
>> Joe
>>
>>
>> Adam Wojtuniak (JIRA) wrote:
>>>    [
>>> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ARIES-29?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:comment-tabpanel&focusedCommentId=12768462#action_12768462
>>> ]
>>> Adam Wojtuniak commented on ARIES-29:
>>> -------------------------------------
>>>
>>> If someone can assign this task to me I can start working on it . thanks.
>>>
>>>> Implement JMX Agent
>>>> -------------------
>>>>
>>>>                Key: ARIES-29
>>>>                URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ARIES-29
>>>>            Project: Aries
>>>>         Issue Type: New Feature
>>>>         Components: JMX
>>>>   Affects Versions: 1.0
>>>>           Reporter: Adam Wojtuniak
>>>>            Fix For: 1.0
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Implement JMX Agent. It should be responsible for tracking all MBean
>>>> servers(registered as a services) and services which will be exposed as a
>>>> Managed Beans (MBeans).
>>>> JMX Agent should register following MBeans: Framework MBean, Bundle State
>>>> MBean, Service State MBean, Package State MBean, Permission Admin MBean,
>>>> Configuration Admin MBean,
>>>> Provisioning Service MBean, User Admin MBean, Conditional Permission
>>>> Admin MBean.
>>>> It is open issue if we should track MBean servers registered as services
>>>> but for now we can follow RI of JMX which listen to MBean Server services.
>>>> For now we can track MBeanServers and when service is discovered register
>>>> MBeans. Same in case when service is exposed as Managed MBeans it should be
>>>> registered (on all available MBean servers) when is discovered.
>


--
Joe
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Re: JIRA admin(was: Re: [jira] Commented: (ARIES-29) Implement JMX Agent)

Joe Bohn
Hi Jeremy,

It looks like you were somehow removed from the admin group.  I added
you back in and hopefully things will work better.

Joe


Joe Bohn wrote:

> Yes, it is my understanding that if you have jira-admin should be able
> to edit group membership.
>
> You can do this in two ways:
> 1) Go to the user browser and search for the user.  You can then select
> "Groups" under the Operations listed per user from the search results
> where you can perform "join" or "leave" functions.  You can also select
> the specific user and at the bottom of the user panel there is an "edit
> groups" option.
> 2) Go to the group browser.  You can find the group you want to work on
> and then select edit members.
>
> So do you not see these options in the group and user admin views? I'll
> look at your id so see if I notice anything strange.
>
> Joe
>
>
> Jeremy Hughes wrote:
>> Hi Joe, I'm interested as to how you did this. Presumably it's because
>> you are in the jira-administrators group. A few years ago I was given
>> admin karma and I have the ADMINISTRATOR menu option along the top of
>> the JIRA web page. I can add users to the different roles
>> (Administrators, Committers etc) but I can't modify groups such as
>> aries-developer. It feels like I'm in some kinda admin purgatory.
>>
>> When I look at the my dashboard it looks like I'm not in
>> jira-administrators group, so I'm wondering now how I've managed to
>> get the ADMINISTRATOR menu item on my dashboard!
>>
>> Any ideas?
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Jeremy
>>
>> 2009/10/21 Joe Bohn <[hidden email]>:
>>> Adam,
>>>
>>> I just added you as an aries-developer so you should be able to
>>> assign the
>>> jira to yourself now.  You may need to log-out then back in to jira.
>>>
>>> Joe
>>>
>>>
>>> Adam Wojtuniak (JIRA) wrote:
>>>>    [
>>>> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ARIES-29?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:comment-tabpanel&focusedCommentId=12768462#action_12768462 
>>>>
>>>> ]
>>>> Adam Wojtuniak commented on ARIES-29:
>>>> -------------------------------------
>>>>
>>>> If someone can assign this task to me I can start working on it .
>>>> thanks.
>>>>
>>>>> Implement JMX Agent
>>>>> -------------------
>>>>>
>>>>>                Key: ARIES-29
>>>>>                URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ARIES-29
>>>>>            Project: Aries
>>>>>         Issue Type: New Feature
>>>>>         Components: JMX
>>>>>   Affects Versions: 1.0
>>>>>           Reporter: Adam Wojtuniak
>>>>>            Fix For: 1.0
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Implement JMX Agent. It should be responsible for tracking all MBean
>>>>> servers(registered as a services) and services which will be
>>>>> exposed as a
>>>>> Managed Beans (MBeans).
>>>>> JMX Agent should register following MBeans: Framework MBean, Bundle
>>>>> State
>>>>> MBean, Service State MBean, Package State MBean, Permission Admin
>>>>> MBean,
>>>>> Configuration Admin MBean,
>>>>> Provisioning Service MBean, User Admin MBean, Conditional Permission
>>>>> Admin MBean.
>>>>> It is open issue if we should track MBean servers registered as
>>>>> services
>>>>> but for now we can follow RI of JMX which listen to MBean Server
>>>>> services.
>>>>> For now we can track MBeanServers and when service is discovered
>>>>> register
>>>>> MBeans. Same in case when service is exposed as Managed MBeans it
>>>>> should be
>>>>> registered (on all available MBean servers) when is discovered.
>>
>
>


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Joe
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Re: JIRA admin(was: Re: [jira] Commented: (ARIES-29) Implement JMX Agent)

Alan D. Cabrera
It's my understanding that if you are a project administrator you will  
see the ADMINISTRATOR menu option but will not be able to administrate  
particular users.

You've given Jeremy full admin privs for Jira.  I would make sure that  
infra is ok with that, just in case.


Regards,
Alan

On Oct 22, 2009, at 6:19 AM, Joe Bohn wrote:

> Hi Jeremy,
>
> It looks like you were somehow removed from the admin group.  I  
> added you back in and hopefully things will work better.
>
> Joe
>
>
> Joe Bohn wrote:
>> Yes, it is my understanding that if you have jira-admin should be  
>> able to edit group membership.
>> You can do this in two ways:
>> 1) Go to the user browser and search for the user.  You can then  
>> select "Groups" under the Operations listed per user from the  
>> search results where you can perform "join" or "leave" functions.  
>> You can also select the specific user and at the bottom of the user  
>> panel there is an "edit groups" option.
>> 2) Go to the group browser.  You can find the group you want to  
>> work on and then select edit members.
>> So do you not see these options in the group and user admin views?  
>> I'll look at your id so see if I notice anything strange.
>> Joe
>> Jeremy Hughes wrote:
>>> Hi Joe, I'm interested as to how you did this. Presumably it's  
>>> because
>>> you are in the jira-administrators group. A few years ago I was  
>>> given
>>> admin karma and I have the ADMINISTRATOR menu option along the top  
>>> of
>>> the JIRA web page. I can add users to the different roles
>>> (Administrators, Committers etc) but I can't modify groups such as
>>> aries-developer. It feels like I'm in some kinda admin purgatory.
>>>
>>> When I look at the my dashboard it looks like I'm not in
>>> jira-administrators group, so I'm wondering now how I've managed to
>>> get the ADMINISTRATOR menu item on my dashboard!
>>>
>>> Any ideas?
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>> Jeremy
>>>
>>> 2009/10/21 Joe Bohn <[hidden email]>:
>>>> Adam,
>>>>
>>>> I just added you as an aries-developer so you should be able to  
>>>> assign the
>>>> jira to yourself now.  You may need to log-out then back in to  
>>>> jira.
>>>>
>>>> Joe
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Adam Wojtuniak (JIRA) wrote:
>>>>>   [
>>>>> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ARIES-29?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:comment-tabpanel&focusedCommentId=12768462 
>>>>> #action_12768462
>>>>> ]
>>>>> Adam Wojtuniak commented on ARIES-29:
>>>>> -------------------------------------
>>>>>
>>>>> If someone can assign this task to me I can start working on  
>>>>> it . thanks.
>>>>>
>>>>>> Implement JMX Agent
>>>>>> -------------------
>>>>>>
>>>>>>               Key: ARIES-29
>>>>>>               URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ARIES-29
>>>>>>           Project: Aries
>>>>>>        Issue Type: New Feature
>>>>>>        Components: JMX
>>>>>>  Affects Versions: 1.0
>>>>>>          Reporter: Adam Wojtuniak
>>>>>>           Fix For: 1.0
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Implement JMX Agent. It should be responsible for tracking all  
>>>>>> MBean
>>>>>> servers(registered as a services) and services which will be  
>>>>>> exposed as a
>>>>>> Managed Beans (MBeans).
>>>>>> JMX Agent should register following MBeans: Framework MBean,  
>>>>>> Bundle State
>>>>>> MBean, Service State MBean, Package State MBean, Permission  
>>>>>> Admin MBean,
>>>>>> Configuration Admin MBean,
>>>>>> Provisioning Service MBean, User Admin MBean, Conditional  
>>>>>> Permission
>>>>>> Admin MBean.
>>>>>> It is open issue if we should track MBean servers registered as  
>>>>>> services
>>>>>> but for now we can follow RI of JMX which listen to MBean  
>>>>>> Server services.
>>>>>> For now we can track MBeanServers and when service is  
>>>>>> discovered register
>>>>>> MBeans. Same in case when service is exposed as Managed MBeans  
>>>>>> it should be
>>>>>> registered (on all available MBean servers) when is discovered.
>>>
>
>
> --
> Joe