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Weblogic 51 Server Stops in the middle.  RSS feed

 
Dibya G. Baruah
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We have an Weblogic 51 Server running in a unix box. But sometimes this server doenot respond to even the welcome page even though the process is running in the back ground. This is happeniing randomly and we are unable to find a resolution as it does not register any error in the log. Please HELP.
[ December 18, 2002: Message edited by: Dibya G. Baruah ]
 
sandy gupta
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do u have to restart the server to get it to respond to requests again?
Is there any event that triggers this?
What WebServer are you using?
Is the server optimized for GC?
 
Dibya G. Baruah
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Originally posted by sandy ind:
do u have to restart the server to get it to respond to requests again?
Is there any event that triggers this?
What WebServer are you using?
Is the server optimized for GC?

Thanks Sandy for the reply. Yes I do have to restart the server again and it works fine after that. Not a particular event.
All of a sudden it happens.I
We are not using any web server. We have only weblogic application server running.
I am not sure what do u mean by GC ?
can you please explain it more
 
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Always here to help As it is i liked the name
Hmmm......Back to business
The GC is the garbage collector and runs when u have a lot of unmanaged heap memory lying about in the system. Interesting thing though is that all other applications automatically go into a wait state when the GC is running. So its like u'r app server is hung. You have to optimize the time that the GC runs on the Server(Memory based optimization.....done wisely).
Also Please make sure that none of your applications is leaking memory. Check the perf stats on the server when you run it and see if there is a spike when u run a certain one.
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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