Mar 27, 2020 | By WLSDM for WebLogic Monitoring
The Oracle Weblogic Scripting Tool (WLST) is stand for monitoring, managing, and configuring Oracle WebLogic Server from the command line. While monitoring WebLogic domains mostly administrators prefer to use WLST (WebLogic Scripting Tool) scripts but there are more efficient and robust way available to monitor WebLogic domain resources like health status and states of servers (JVMs), deployments, data sources and JMS resources etc.
Feb 17, 2020 | By WLSDM for WebLogic Monitoring
WLSDM is an enterprise “WebLogic console extension” which enables monitoring for WebLogic JMX MBean metrics and all the WebLogic domain assets (Health, Servers, Applications, Data Sources, JMS… etc.). It is very easy to create alarm and notification definitions by using WLSDM metric browser. WLSDM can store any WebLogic metric value historically and also can generate graphical reports.
Dec 14, 2019 | By WLSDM for WebLogic Monitoring
Stuck Threads are threads that are blocked, and can’t return to the threadpool for a certain amout of time. By Default, the WLS comes with 600 secs. If some thread doesn’t return in 600 secs, It gets a flag ‘stuck thread’.
Sep 4, 2019 | By WLSDM
While the update steps are very simple, things can get a little more difficult as the number of domains increases. In this blog post, we will focus on how to transfer wlsdm jar and war packages then subsequently restarting managed servers and admin servers through the central operation server.
Aug 23, 2019 | By WLSDM
You can compare JVM Arguments of managed servers using with WL-OPC. Compare and analyze JVM runtime and startup arguments Find missing or different JVM runtime or startup arguments easily then align all your JVM arguments.
Jul 30, 2019 | By WLSDM
WL-OPC is the central Operation and Notification system which enables to manage Application Server infrastructure. You are going to able to manage, organize and visualize.
May 13, 2019 | By WLSDM
WLSDM is the best solution for OSB Service Performance monitoring. WebLogic administrators can monitor service performance completion times and diagnose slow services from performance monitoring page in WLSDM. Also, you can schedule daily service performance reports and get daily reports email notification.