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Websphere application server AE 4 - Linux Red Hat

 
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Hi:
I want to prepare for test 158.
Where cah I download the Websphere application server Advanced Edition version 4 for Linux Red Hat ?

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John Chien
 
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I have already downloaded it and installed it.
After installation, I did the following to start the IBM HTTP server:
/opt/IBMHTTPServer/bin/apachectl start
I got the following message:
[Wed May 14 02:40:55 2003][alert] httpd: Could not determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using 127.0.0.1 for ServerName
/opt/IBMHTTPServer/bin/apachectl start: httpd could not be started
I checked my hostname, it is host108-null.null.bellsouth.net

How can I fix the issue ?

Thanks,

John Chien
 
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Sorry for bothering everybody.
I got it fixed.
By putting the host name host108-null.null.bellsouth.net with ip address 127.0.0.1 in /etc/hosts.
The IBM HTTP server can be started correctly.
Thanks,

John Chien
 
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Not to say you should do it, but one can edit and remove messages.
 
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Why are you preparing for the WebSphere 4 exam, if actually there is a new version, 5.0?
There are new exams for the 5.0 version:
287, 340
I think the WAS 4.0 certification will become obsolete very soon.
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