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I installed Websphere application server in Linux platform.
After I installed the server, I followed the instruction to test the installation. All the verification tests passed. Except the following:

While go to http://localhost:9090/admin
1) When I was in that web site, I got a "configuration problems have been detected" message display.
The message is:
CHKW1025E The name of a node is required [Node_1]
The Node under the Nodes does not have a name assigned to it.
How Can I fix this problem ?
2) Whe I choose the Node [that does not have name] --> application server --> Default server
I only see two properties: Names and Modular Visibility.
No "Exexution State" property is shown.
How can I make the "Execution State" shown ?
3) When I tried to stop the application server by executing the
I got the following message:
WSRU0028I Using the specified configuration file:
WSRU0055E Failed to read configuration
WSRU0054E Execution: CommandExecutionException: Unable to determine server. Local host server could not be found.
Root Exception: No Root Exception
............................. (a bunch of exception)
How can I fix this problem ?
In my /etc/hosts, there are two entries for Will this cause any problem ?

John Chien
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