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How to asses whether a weblogic domain is still in operation or not

Joseph Antoine Raja
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Joined: Feb 01, 2010
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Hi all,

we have a requirement from our team to find the list of weblogic domains which does not in operation for the last 1 year (i.e) [ weblogic server which simply running without any applications (or) application is simply deployed but not accessed at all for the last 1 yr ] .

we have come up with an idea of searching access logs of the wl servers . to find app contexts in the access requests apart from [/BEA & /WL_internal ]..

but the problem is our wl environment is like a farm setup which has around 350+ WL clustered domains. so, searching each and every access log is little heavy process .

Do any one have come across this situation before . or any other better approach is available for this . if yes please share your updates with us.

Regards
Antoine
 
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