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Weblogic Server 10.1 is getting down

 
Ravi Kiran Va
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Hi All, In our Environment we are using Weblogic Server 10.1 on windows XP Platform Due to somehow its getting hang. The whole application slows down.

Please tell me how can i resolve this issue ??

I have deployed this application in My Domain .

Also tell me what is the location of the log files taht is to be searched .
 
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Hang and slow are different things.

Hang = There is a dead lock and nothing works.

Slow = There is a performance problem but things work eventually

Which one is it ?

Based on the problem you can look at anything from memory / CPU / logs / thread dumps / stack traces etc etc.
 
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Thanks for the information Deepak.

The actual problem is that the Application Hangs after some Runs .


Ours is a small Organization we cant spend money on JProbe , is it still possible for us to find out the reasons and working on it ??.
 
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It might be a thread dead lock among other reasons.

Use a thread dump and check if it complains of a deadlock.

Check logs for errors.

Is CPU utilization maximum ?

Do you have a resource that has reached its maximum allocation. A queue for example that is full and the application will not proceed further.

There could be many more reasons. Only "R" and "D" can determine the right cause of failure
 
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