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David Morrison
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How to use the console monitor execute request feature.
Deepak Bala
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David Morrison wrote:How to use the console monitor execute request feature.


Can you elaborate on that ?


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David Morrison
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Joined: Aug 11, 2009
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I got this error info. Happens in multitude. Thank you.


Message ID


BEA-000337

Subsystem


WebLogicServer

Message


ExecuteThread: '19' for queue: 'weblogic.

kernel.Default' has been busy for "927"

seconds working on the request "Http Request:

/eSales_System_Shared/MyHome.jsp", which is more

than the configured time (StuckThreadMaxTime)

of "800" seconds.

Detail


It was found that a thread is busy for longer than

the configured warning timeout.

Cause


Either the server is extremely busy or the thread is

hung.

Action


Monitor the method the hung thread is running. Use

the console monitor execute request feature or take a

thread-dump (weblogic.Admin THREAD_DUMP).
Deepak Bala
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One of your threads is getting STUCK. Weblogic marks threads in the STUCK state when it does not finish within 10 minutes (this time is configurable). If you have a debugger like eclipse you can use that to analyze which app thread is getting stuck and what it is doing.
David Morrison
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Hi, how does eclipse work? Thank you.
David Morrison
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Are these code related? Thanks.
Deepak Bala
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David Morrison wrote:Are these code related? Thanks.


Yes this is a code related problem. Eclipse is a IDE that can be used to develop java applications. I take it that you are an admin rather than a developer or something like that ?
David Morrison
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Thank you, Yes. But learning to to become one.
Deepak Bala
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You can get eclipse for J2EE here

http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/

BEA / Oracle also supports the workshop IDE. It is better integrated with weblogic.
 
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