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Need WL 10.3 cluster Clearance

 
Ramakanta Sahoo
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Hi All,

I was following THIS Url to configure WL 10.3 for cluster.
Now I'm in confusion please see below steps suggested to follow:

In Hardware #1:
1. setup weblogic
> Created
2. create domain mydomain (var/weblogic/domains/mydomain)
>Created
3. start adminserver for this domain (startWeblogic.sh under mydomain directory)
>Done
4. log on on Adminconsole as domain administrator
5. create machine M1
>Done
6. create managed server MS1, e.g. will listen to 192.168.0.150:7005
7. Add server MS1 to machine M1
>Done
8. create machine M2(this will be in a different hardware)
>What does it mean do i need to start the H/W#2's admin server and create a Machine or with the same H/w#1
9. Create managed server MS2
> Where I need to create this Managed server H/W#1 or H/w#2
10. Add MS2 to machine M2
>In which H/W I need to add.
11. Create cluster
12. Add MS1 & MS2 to cluster


All this is done using admin console from domain created in machine M1.

Then go to machine M2

in Hardware #2
5. setup weblogic
6. create domain mydomain in same directory structure(var/weblogic/domains/mydomain)
7. DO NOT start admin server in this hardware, all config is done using admin server from hardware 1.
While craeting managed server 2 do i need to give the listen address to refer H/W#2



Than.. with admin server already running only on M1

1. go to M1 and navigate to $DOMAIN_DIR/bin(var/weblogic/domains/mydomain/bin) and use startManagedWeblogic.sh to start server M1
2. go to M2 and navigate to $DOMAIN_DIR/bin and use startManagedWeblogic.sh to start server M2

Its confusing please gimme some clearance


-Ricky
 
an kal
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Did any one have a clear working set of a cluster for weblogic 10.3 on two different hardwares? If so, the correct steps to set it up would be helpful and greatly appreciated.



Ramakanta Sahoo wrote:Hi All,

I was following THIS Url to configure WL 10.3 for cluster.
Now I'm in confusion please see below steps suggested to follow:

In Hardware #1:
1. setup weblogic
> Created
2. create domain mydomain (var/weblogic/domains/mydomain)
>Created
3. start adminserver for this domain (startWeblogic.sh under mydomain directory)
>Done
4. log on on Adminconsole as domain administrator
5. create machine M1
>Done
6. create managed server MS1, e.g. will listen to 192.168.0.150:7005
7. Add server MS1 to machine M1
>Done
8. create machine M2(this will be in a different hardware)
>What does it mean do i need to start the H/W#2's admin server and create a Machine or with the same H/w#1
9. Create managed server MS2
> Where I need to create this Managed server H/W#1 or H/w#2
10. Add MS2 to machine M2
>In which H/W I need to add.
11. Create cluster
12. Add MS1 & MS2 to cluster


All this is done using admin console from domain created in machine M1.

Then go to machine M2

in Hardware #2
5. setup weblogic
6. create domain mydomain in same directory structure(var/weblogic/domains/mydomain)
7. DO NOT start admin server in this hardware, all config is done using admin server from hardware 1.
While craeting managed server 2 do i need to give the listen address to refer H/W#2



Than.. with admin server already running only on M1

1. go to M1 and navigate to $DOMAIN_DIR/bin(var/weblogic/domains/mydomain/bin) and use startManagedWeblogic.sh to start server M1
2. go to M2 and navigate to $DOMAIN_DIR/bin and use startManagedWeblogic.sh to start server M2

Its confusing please gimme some clearance


-Ricky
 
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