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It is likely that the remote side declared peer gone on this JVM Issue
Joined: Nov 05, 2010
Sep 20, 2012 08:06:59
I was trying to execute a create weblogic domain script in linux 64 box.
in one of the steps, starting the server using wlst startServer command.
startServer(ADMIN_SERVER_NAME, DOMAIN_NAME, ADMIN_SERVER_URL, ADMIN_SERVER_USERNAME, ADMIN_SERVER_PASSWORD, DOMAIN_HOME)
after this immediately I was trying to create a machine in the created domain.
echo "Creating machine..."
weblogic.Admin -username $ADMINUSER -password $ADMINPASS -url $ADMINHOST:$ASPORT
CREATE -mbean test_domain:Name=test_machine,Type=Machine
it is throwing the following error:
Failed to connect to
Bootstrap to abc.us.company.com/my-ip-address:7113 failed. It is likely that the remote side declared peer gone on this JVM
What I have observed is after starting the server using wlst startServer, I was not able to access the admin console in the browser.
Please suggest what could be the issue. Thanks in advance.
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