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What does this error mean -- targets are unreachable?

 
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Hi, I'm running WebLogic 9.2.2 on Solaris. When deploying my application, I'm running into this error:

[wlst] Deployment Message : java.lang.Exception: [DeploymentService:290049]Deploy failed for id '1,215,441,949,273' since no targets are reachable.

Can anyone shed some light on what this means and how I might begin to troubleshoot?

Thanks, - Dave
 
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Hi,

looks like your target servers are not running when you're trying to deploy the application.

Check if you can reach the managed servers from the Admin console, if status are Running for these servers.

regards.
 
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Hi all
I got exacty the same problem.
My managed server seems to be RUNNING, but when i try to activate my application it says no targets are reachable.
Can you help me
 
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This is a zombie thread. Can you provide more information about your problem. Like weblogic version etc. The servers have the habit of saying they are running when they are not. Try issuing a restart or select Control -> Resume
 
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It seems you didnt restarted nodemanager and managed servers since long time. Please restart nodemanagers and Admin and managed servers and then check
 
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@kona comments is correct.

Also, always it is good to check if the admin server can reach those IP's
 
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