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Weblogic start up issues/questions

 
Jay Dilla
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I can't start my weblogic because of memory issues. I'm receiving the following error:



Couple of questions.
Where is this JDK usually defined?

I did a search in my WL installation folder and haven't found it (yet). I want to use the value set in my env. variables which is jdk1.6.0_24 (this is WL10.3.4 btw)
When I created my domain and adminServer I specified jdk 1.6_24.....

I increased the max memory to 1084

Thought this would solve my issues but it's not.

How can I get this instance to relaunch? Another domain i have set up is launching fine. I emptied out the tmp and cache folders in the adminserver folder as well.
Is there a fix for this? Or issue causing it?
 
robin patel
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Where is this JDK usually defined?

Please go your WLS installation, search and open the file named "setDomainEnv.cmd/sh" depending upon your platform.

Normally located @ Domain_home>>bin>>setDomainEnv.cmd

Search for the string "JAVA_HOME" and look where does it points to. This will give you the location of your JDK.

Also, try keeping up the below settings
-Xms1280m -Xmx1280m -XX:PermSize=512m -XX:MaxPermSize=512m

Do let me know if you can being your instance up after this.

Regards,
Rob
 
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robin patel wrote:Where is this JDK usually defined?

Please go your WLS installation, search and open the file named "setDomainEnv.cmd/sh" depending upon your platform.

Normally located @ Domain_home>>bin>>setDomainEnv.cmd

Search for the string "JAVA_HOME" and look where does it points to. This will give you the location of your JDK.

Also, try keeping up the below settings
-Xms1280m -Xmx1280m -XX:PermSize=512m -XX:MaxPermSize=512m

Do let me know if you can being your instance up after this.

Regards,
Rob


these steps are not working either
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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