Saturday, December 31, 2016

Weblogic Server Administration

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19 comments:

  1. I like the helpful info you provide in your articles. I will bookmark your blog and check again here regularly
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  2. Thank you for this huge information on Weblogic. I hope you also might be aware of SOA/Fusion Middleware. It would be SO GREAT if you Share us your knowledge in SOA.

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  3. Hi Mukesh,

    I am new to weblogic world , I have small and basic scenario question ,that in domain we have no. of weblogic servers configured on different different physical hosts ,I want to know how I am going to add a weblogic server1 with 192.168.1.4 to the administration server which is deployed on 192.168.1.5:7001. Need your precious advise on this.

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    1. this is called horizontal clustering where you have to install weblogic server on all hosts, have to start node manager on each host, then create domain on primary host where you want to have your admin server, then replicate domain to all host machine with same directory structure ( not required if domain on share drive between all hosts ), it's the node manager which control all of this...search and read my blog on horizontal clustering and your all doubts will get clear.

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  4. Thanks for sharing the information

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  5. Dear Mukesh, I am having an issue that We are using Oracle 11g DB & Weblogic server ... when ever end user is connect with the Applications, v$session show the Weblogic Server Name and does not show the actual connecting Terminal as well as Operating System Name... There is any way to get the User Terminal as well as OS Name ???

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  6. Hi,
    Any possibilities to start two managed instances with same port in same unix server. please advice.

    Thanks,
    Varaprasad

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  8. Hi Mukesh,

    Thanks for providing the blog, I have an issue in java web-application deployment in weblogic server. when i deployed the application in weblogic server in QA environment it is failing to deploy few class files in the server.

    So my question is, can we deploy those class files manually into the deployment server. If there is a way please let me know how can we do that.

    Thanks in Advance

    Regards,
    Mohan

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  9. Its really great information..Thanks for sharing this informative blog..

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  11. Hi this is abinaya I find it interesting that for environments

    running multiple service domains you do not include some

    recommendations for guest console service.

    Let me explain; only the control domain can (as for other LDom

    configuration actions) change the console definition for a guest

    domain. It is possible to configure the (second) service domain

    to run a VCC service and therefore serve the console sessions

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    Thanks, abinaya

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  12. Hi this is abinaya I find it interesting that for environments

    running multiple service domains you do not include some

    recommendations for guest console service.

    Let me explain; only the control domain can (as for other LDom

    configuration actions) change the console definition for a guest

    domain. It is possible to configure the (second) service domain

    to run a VCC service and therefore serve the console sessions

    for all the guests from that service domain. oracle training

    chennai
    website where someone please help me to identity

    the syllabus covers everything or not??

    Thanks, abinaya

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  13. Dear,

    my question is, if the Weblogic v10 is running in a Cluster mode of two machines, Machine1 is down which is having the ADMIN Server for Weblogic Console.
    1) How to operate/start/stop the Weblogic Managed Servers on the Machine2 ?
    2) Can we install another instance of aadmin server of Machine2 ?
    3) Weblogic Admin Server is crucial, and this is the drwback in Cluster envs <> as it resides on machine1 only.

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    1. You have to configure High Availability for your admin server, For that you need a virtual I.P and then certain configurations to enable admin server failover to other machine, you need help of your system administrator as well. Please refer - https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E16340_01/core.1111/e12035/enable_em_im.htm#CFHDIBHB, get back to me in case of any doubt

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