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how to determine how many managed servers can be run on one mechine

 
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Guys,

I m new to weblogic domain configurations. I want to know that how many managed servers can be run on one single machine.

in other words how can we determine whats the maximum number of manage servers can be run on one box without giving any capacity issues ..?


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KingSixDX
 
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can you mention whether you are using horizontal clustering or vertical clustering to configure managed servers ?
 
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There is nothing called fixed value for the number of managed server it can hold per domain, it all depends on requirement and architecture.
There are many documents available in oracle site for sizing . you can check below article too for more reference.

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E13155_01/wlp/docs103/capacityplanning/capacityplanning.html
http://www.techpaste.com/2011/12/planning-hardwareos-environment-installation-oracle-weblogic-application-server-11g/
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/hardware-solutions/o11-103-oos-weblogic-505728.pdf
 
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It depends on mode of domain creation, if you choose Development mode there is a limited no. of servers could configured. whereas in Production mode there is no limit to configure servers.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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