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Who can help me? When I finished installing bea weblogic in RedHat7 and startWeblogic ,errors occurs: ./startWebLogic.sh: line 142: 8831 Segmentation fault java $JAVA_OPTIONS - classpath $CLASSPATH -Dweblogic.Domain=song -Dweblogic.Name=soon -Dbea.home=/usr /local/bea -Djava.security.policy==/usr/local/bea/wlserver6.0/lib/weblogic.polic y -Dweblogic.management.password=$WLS_PW weblogic.Server I don't know how to deal with it,any one help me?
Your Java Virtual machine is dying. I ran into this too and took the easy way out - installed it under Windows NT. I thought it was maybe just because the machine I was using had an off-brand CPU, but maybe not. You could try a non-Sun JVM, but I'd recommend you ask in one of BEA's own newsgroups. Maybe the JVM tuning needs to be tweaked.
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AHA! Found it in the BEA newsgroup where you asked them. Apparently the Linux default stack size is too small. Put a "ulimit -s 2048" statement into the script before you start the server. Hopefully they'll allow for this in the next SP.
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Hi, Thanx ,kind man.And I use ulimit -s 2048,there is no problem.And I find this answer in bea newsgroup too.
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Hi, Thanx ,kind man,and I saw the answer in bea newsgroup too.I type ulimit -s 2048,the errors disapeared!
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