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weblogic clustering for the multiple machines

Chamraj puttegowda
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Joined: May 17, 2006
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Hi All,

I wanted to do a weblogic clustering for the different machines.
So first i selected a machine A as the admin for cluster .In this machine weblogic console i added the Machine A and MAchine B. MAchine A is attached with server A and machine B is attached to server B. In the console if i check the MAchine B's monitoring it is giving error

"[[NodeManager:300033]Could not execute command ping on the node manager. Reason: weblogic.nodemanager.NodeManagerException: [NodeManager is not configured to receive commands from host : /10.66.12.47. Please update the trusted hosts file : nodemanager.hosts of the node manager by adding the hostname or ip address of /10.66.12.47> ].] "

Because of the above error i am not able to start server B.
I have added the ipaddress of both teh machines in nodemanager.hosts file as follows
<ip> hostname fullname

I have started the nodemanager in both the machines.
The listen port given to both the mahcines is 5555.

Please help to solve this....

Thanks
Chamraj
Lin Feng
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Joined: Dec 11, 2002
Posts: 142
Did you add your Admin Server to the nodemanager.hosts of Machine B?

http://e-docs.bea.com/wls/docs81/adminguide/confignodemgr.html#1153639

Lin
 
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