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Weblogic 12c changing system date stops node manager

 
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Basically the application being deployed on our Weblogic server running on centos7 needs to check some licenses on a remote server, for testing purposes the licenses are out of date so I need to change the system date to make it work. The problem is when I change the date on the Weblogic server the node manager stops working I've also tried changing date on system startup.

Does anyone know if it's possible to pass some parameters on server start to change the date only for the application ?

Any help would be appreciated


 
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Have you tried asking application/library vendor for testing/eval licenses?

If the node manager is just being used to start the managed server, have you tried starting the managed server from the command line, without using the node manager?
 
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Ron McLeod wrote:Have you tried asking application/library vendor for testing/eval licenses?

If the node manager is just being used to start the managed server, have you tried starting the managed server from the command line, without using the node manager?



We have to wait some time to get the the licenses, starting the application from the command line works I just wanted to test the .war files with the node manager thanks
 
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I'm just wondering if it's a normal behavior not able to startup the node manager when the system date is altered
 
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Edward John wrote:I'm just wondering if it's a normal behavior not able to startup the node manager when the system date is altered


Could it be that you are setting the date back so far, that the system date is before the some security certificate's notBefore date?
 
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