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How to find a Managed Server in Busy?

Phani Kumar

Joined: Dec 18, 2006
Posts: 21
Hi All,
I am using Clustering with 2 Managed Servers along with 1 Admin Sever instances in weblogic 7.0 on UNIX environment. Now, suddenly the application performance slow down drastically. Can you suggest me Like,

1. what are the possibilities w.r.t Weblogic Managed Server point of view?
2. Can we check the availability of the managed server?
3. How One of the two BEA/WL managed servers is 100% busy (in all worker threads).

Please advice me ASAP...


Thanks and best regards,
Phanikumar Y.
Marcos Maia
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Joined: Jan 06, 2001
Posts: 977

sorry but I couldn't understand exactly what you need. My advice is for you to tune your environment(network, O.S and WebLogic), look at:

this usually increases performance a lot.

Also I suggest you to take a thread dump when the sever is almost overloaded as doing so you'll be able to find out if there`s something wrong with application or some resource used in it.

I agree. Here's the link:
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