Hi, Really hope someone out there can help me. I'm using standard weblogic 6.1 install with only one administration server 'myserver'. By default this is tied to machine (none), listens to 7001 and has an empty listen address. When I want to create a new logical server, for example one named applicserver I need to bind that to a machine. Since the machine listbox only shows me (none) I try that and start to run it. This is what happens:
<08-Aug-03 15:24:29 CEST> <Error> <NodeManager> <Could not start server 'wasp-adminserver' via Node Manager - reason: '[SecureCommandInvoker: Could not create a socket to the NodeManager running on host 'localhost:5555' to execute command 'online applicserver', reason: Connection refused: connect. Ensure that the NodeManager on host 'localhost' is configured to listen on port '5555' and that it is actively listening]'>
So I thought let's create a new machine and call that localhost that listens to another port, for example 7999. Then tried to bind the applicserver to that new machine and tried to start it. Again the above output. It drives me nutts. I don't have a helping hand close by and the weblogic documentation is too much to go through, so I'm stuck. Can anyone out there explain what I'm doing wrong. Cheers Billy
Hi Billy, if u have created a new Domain using Configuration Wizard or something.. if u see ur Computer directory c:/bea there u might have creared some domain pls look for <B>"config.xml"</B> file n then it will look like the below one u need to specify ur machine name's IP address in <B>"ListenAddress"</B> and Portno as 7000 in <B>"ListenPort"</B> pls chk the belo mentioned file, thanks Anurag
Don't really get your explaination. Maybe I'm trying to say can you create more more than one nodemanager per physical machine. As far as I see it I'm trying to create a managed server on the same server as the administration server. When I try to start this managed server I invoke a nodemanager which is located on the administration server, and I wonder if that is possible?
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