I am doing some A/B testing: Last week my #WebLogic 12c Distinctive Recipes book was 60% off in the US. The ebook is $9 only. Now it is time for part B: The book stays the same price, but I let everybody know…
Seems to me like the AJAX frontend for the RESTful Management Service in WebLogic 12.1.2 is a zombie now. I tested on CentOS and MacOS with Chrome and Safari. The initial page shows up, but after submitting the request there is no sign of life, no result displayed.
Anyway, submitting the URLs directly is still working fine, i.e. it’s a bug with the AJAX frontend and not the RESTful service itself.
The real beauty of having a node manager for every domain on a particular machine are the following two improvements:
- Since the node manager is part of the domain, it will start the servers using the UID of the domain owner. JVM processes on a multi-domain server will be separated and belong to the individual UIDs.
- Node manager configuration and management scripts but even more important node manager logs are within the domain now. So no more logging from node manager into the product installation directory of WebLogic.
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