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Configuring Node Manager And Administering Managed Server

Posted by Srikrishna Murthy Annam on September 16, 2011

In this article I will explain what is a node manager , how do we configure a node manager in weblogic server, how do we start node manager and how do we use node manager to administer managed servers already created.

Node Manager : A node manager is a separate utility which runs on machines which are hosting weblogic. We can use node manager to remotely startup weblogic servers.

Review my previous articles on weblogic server.

Domain creation and deletion in Weblogic Server

Configuring Managed Servers In Weblogic Server 10.3.4

Creating And Configuring Machines in Weblogic Server 10.3.4

Thanks

SRI

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Creating And Configuring Machines in Weblogic Server 10.3.4

Posted by Srikrishna Murthy Annam on September 1, 2011

In this article, we will discuss how to create and configure machines in weblogic server 10.3.4. We can do this in three different ways

  1. Domain Configuration Wizard
  2. Administration Console
  3. Command Line ( WLST )

A managed server is a computer  that hosts the Oracle Weblogic server instances. After creating the machines, we will assign managed servers to these machines.

Following video demo gives you the basics of creating and configuring machines.

Review the previous articles if you want to know how to create managed servers and configure them using administration server.

Domain creation and deletion in Weblogic Server

Configuring Managed Servers In Weblogic Server 10.3.4

Thanks

SRI

 

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Configuring Managed Servers In Weblogic Server 10.3.4

Posted by Srikrishna Murthy Annam on May 18, 2011

In this article I will show you how to create and configure managed servers in Weblogic server 10.3.4. Assume that you already have Weblogic server installation and domain created and started.

Now there are three different ways that we can configure Managed servers in Weblogic server

  1. Domain Configuratin Wizard
  2. Administration Console
  3. Command Line ( WLST )

In addition to having an administration server, a domain may have zero or more managed servers. Managed servers are the ones which actually does the work in a domain. Managed servers host the applications. We use administration server for administration sort of work and use managed servers to host the application. We can also have the administration server hosting the applications if we don’t have any managed servers configured in a domain.

Each managed server stores a local copy of the domain configuration file. When the managed server starts, it connects to the administration server to synchronise the configuration. When the configuration changes the administration server sends the changed configuration to the managed servers.

I already showed you how to create a managed server in a domain using domain configuration wazard in my previous article “Domain creation and deletion in Weblogic Server”.

In this video I am showing you how to start weblogic server domain, access the administration console, create a managed server and how to modify the configurations of these managed servers.

Hope It Helps

SRI

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Domain creation and deletion in Weblogic Server

Posted by Srikrishna Murthy Annam on May 11, 2011

In the present demo, i am going to show you how to create and delete a domain in weblogic server.

Assume that you have installed weblogic as specified in the article <Place Holer>. The next step is to create a domain. Domain is the basic administration unit for Oracle Weblogic Server.Everything that we do in weblogic, everything that gets configured such as administration server,the managed servers,connection pools and data sources,cluster machines,applications that get deployed, all of the security settings; all of that information is contained within this administrative unit that we call it domain.

Domain always includes one weblogic server instance,which is configured as being the administration server. So, there is a one-to-one correspondence between domain and an administration server.An administration server only serves one domain, and a domain always has exactly one administration server in it. Then you can optionally have additional managed servers,so you can have zero or more managed servers within your domain.

The central point of control for a domain is the administration server. That, usually what happens when we have a domain is we start the administration server first,the administration server will go out and read its configuration information from a folder in its domain structure called the config folder. So the administration server goes out and  reads the config.xml file,which essentially tells it how to build all of the Mbeans.

The following demo shows you how to create a domain in weblogic server 10.3.4 and delete it.

Please watch this demo and give me your comments.

Thanks

SRI

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