Weblogic 11.g configuration in Sitescope (729 Views)
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Bikashchand
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Registered: ‎11-08-2012
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Weblogic 11.g configuration in Sitescope

Hi All,

Could you please guide me  how to configure  weblogic 11g in sitescope 11.22 version? I follw these below step but no luck.

 

1.Select the Monitors context. In the monitor tree, right-click a group, select New > Monitor, and select the JMX monitor

2. placed  service:jmx:iiop://<host>:<port>//jndi/weblogic.management.mbeanservers.runtime  in JMX URL box.

3.User name and password in required fields.

4.enter the wlfullclient.jar in the Additional Classpath field.

E:\Oracle\Middleware\wlserver_10.3\server\lib\wlfullclient.jar

 

when i click on getcounter field i am getting error message.

Error messaage:

 

Error 31008
Error getting counters : Error receiving browse data&colon; java.lang.Exception: JMX connection exception (service:jmx:iiop:rsattiawlcph19:7001/jndi/weblogic.management.mbeanservers.runtime)

 

Thanks

Bikash

 

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kenneth.gonzalez
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Registered: ‎04-28-2011
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Re: Weblogic 11.g configuration in Sitescope

Please post your error.log to check relevant part of error message.
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Gunnar_L
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Re: Weblogic 11.g configuration in Sitescope

Hi Bikash,

 

Did you try to connect with your weblogic using Jconsole before to try with SiS?

 

Please go to SiteScope\Java\bin execute the Jconsole.exe file and try to connect from there.

 

Please let us know the outcome.

 

Best Regards,

 

 

Gunnar López
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Bikashchand
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Registered: ‎11-08-2012
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Re: Weblogic 11.g configuration in Sitescope

Hi Gunnar, trying to connect from SiteScope\Java\bin execute the Jconsole.exe file and getting error message. steps: choose remoteprocess and pass the text value like: service:jmx:iiop://hostname:7001//jndi/weblogic.management.mbeanservers.runtime step2: Username and password. step 3: press on connect button error message: Connection failed the connection to xxx did not succeed. Please suggest. Regards Bikash
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Gunnar_L
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Re: Weblogic 11.g configuration in Sitescope

JMX monitor is using the methods and techniques defined for the JMX API which is a Java Technology (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/tech/javamanagement-140525.html), both tools, SiteScope and Weblogic can use it to communicate or connect because Java is the core language used to develop these applications.

 

The Jconsole is an UI for the JMX API and invokes java methods to connect to other apps, those methods are the same used by the JMX monitor in SiteScope.

 

So based on this, if the Jconsole cannot connect to your WebLogic , the error would be the same. in SiS.

 

 Additionally to verify the IIOP configuration, here is a list of other stuff to check:

 

  1. Ports, if are correct, if are open or maybe blocked by Firewall

  2. Network issues, routing, vlan restrictions, etc.

     

    Best Regards,

Gunnar López
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Anil Kumar Kota
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Registered: ‎02-03-2010
Message 6 of 8 (484 Views)

Re: Weblogic 11.g configuration in Sitescope

Hi, I am facing the below issues on getting counters.

 

Error 31008
Error getting counters :
Error receiving browse data&colon; java.util.concurrent.TimeoutException

 

I increased the Timeout seconds to 3000, but still same issue. Any Idea what is the probleem.

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kenneth.gonzalez
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Re: Weblogic 11.g configuration in Sitescope

Anil,

This error happens when there are too much counters to parse. Use Domain filter to reduce amount of counters to read.
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OpenView_Mike
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Registered: ‎04-09-2010
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Re: Weblogic 11.g configuration in Sitescope

Kenneth:

 

Unfortunately, the examples for Domain Filter in the SiteScope online help are cryptic at best, and the examples are not really relevant to the MBeans typically monitored via JMX.

 

I've asked several HP Technical Support people via cases how to get HoggingThreadCount in the Domain Filter, but have not received one valid response.

 

Can you please help with this example domain filter to get this specific MBean?

 

Hogging Thread Count

 

The threads that are being held by a request right now. These threads will either be declared as stuck after the configured timeout or will return to the pool before that. The self-tuning mechanism will backfill if necessary.

MBean Attribute:

 

ThreadPoolRuntimeMBean.HoggingThreadCount

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