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How to look the values from boot.properties

 
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Hi,

I have a boot.properties file in ${WLS_DOMAIN_HOME} directory. I get the following error.

<Critical> <WebLogicServer> <BEA-000254>
<Cannot switch to user "guru". java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Cannot initgroups("psoftusr"), system error: 'Not owner'

So, I wanted to investigate the boot.properties file as to see whether user "guru" exists there or not.

Unfortunately, the boot.properties is encrypted. It shows:

username=XXXXXXXX
password=XXXXXX

So, how to see whether the username "guru" has been entered in boot.properties and also, if exists, what permission is required to get rid of this issue?

Thanks,
Guru
 
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As for as I know about boot.properties, we cannot decrypt it but have to delete boot.properties file and create new file called boot.properties and give the following credentials in that:
username weblogic
password weblogic

then start admin server, it will be updated.
 
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William Joshi wrote:As for as I know about boot.properties, we cannot decrypt it but have to delete boot.properties file and create new file called boot.properties and give the following credentials in that:
username weblogic
password weblogic

then start admin server, it will be updated.



deleting and creating a new boot.properties won't help. You also need to change the credentials in config.xml
 
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