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Weblogic console won't start

 
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Hi all,

Sorry if this is a wrong place...I am new to weblogic.

I have weblogic 9.2 installed in my PC and I tried to configure servers in the console and I restarted the weblogic server.
Now when i try to log into localhost:7001/console it says

"A serious condition has been detected which prevents the proper operation of the Weblogic Administration Console.

It's likely that this condition is the result of a configuration problem. See the log files for more information."


can anybody please help me in resolving this issue.

Thanks in advance

Regards,
Sree.
 
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sree raam wrote:See the log files for more information."



The only advice would be to check log files.
 
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Hello Misha

The only advice would be to check log files



I see 2200 lines in my adminServer.log
so I am confused to where to look the error for.


Thanks in advance
Sree.
 
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Simple....just check for the latest logging at the end of the file....with the timestamp when you are actually trying this and paste the error here.

 
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Hi I uploaded the log file here
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=5AUTR0PB

can you please take a look at this and please suggest me what to do.
 
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I would suggest to follow Renjan's advice. In addition you could stop all running Weblogic services, wipe out existing log files and start with clean log files.
 
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did an deployment/undeployment fail? I have had sun java app server 8.2 fail to start because I had a war file that was partially deployed/undeployed, and I had to go delete the entry in the domain.xml file.

might....have to do something similar?
 
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