Monthly Archives: February 2016

How to do JVM Monitoring and automated Garbage Collection in Oracle Weblogic server

    JVM Heap memory is a critical aspect in any Middleware technology. OutOfMemory (OOM) is a very common error seen in logs after unexpected crash of application server (like: Oracle Weblogic server). A good admin will always try to … Continue reading

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Venice – a city of dreams

Venice, thy name is romanticism. From the angry young man, Mr. Bacchan, in The Great Gambler to James Bond in Casino Royal to Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible – From Bollywood to Hollywood – Venice has always been a place full of dreams, action, history, romance, unique styles & a treat to foodies. Continue reading

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How to prevent Activate Changes in Change Center- Weblogic

In last two part tutorials, I have described how you can activate-deactivate Weblogic console via simple wlst script.But the major problem with this approach is that if you by any chance need to peek into the system anytime, you cannot … Continue reading

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Enable Weblogic Console – Enhance Security (Part 2)

Now once the Weblogic Console is been disabled, it is now time to enable the same (You can visit Part 1 of this tutorial to know how to disable wls console). It is the just the reversal procedure. Log into … Continue reading

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Disable WebLogic Console – Enhance Security (Part 1)

I was travelling a lot in past couple of months so lagged a little in updating new tech blogs in the forum. But I’m back now with few tips that can be worth time savings tricks for WebLogic admins. Weblogic … Continue reading

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