Distributed Setup Archive

Weblogic Setup in Distributed Environment with Node Manager

On the Local Box (Test1)

1) Install Weblogic Server

chmod a+x server923_solaris32.bin

./server923_solaris32.bin

2) Create a Domain with two Managed Servers, MS1 one on the local box (Test1) and another MS2 on the remote box ( Test2).

3) Create two Machines, Machine1 on Test1 and Machine2 on Test2.
Assign MS1 to Machine1 and MS2 to Machine2.

4) Go to the location below and start the Node Manager.
/users/faisal/weblogic92/server/bin
./startNodeManager.sh

On the Remote Box (Test2)

1) Install Weblogic Server.

2) Go to the location below and run wlst.sh.
/users/faisal /weblogic92/common/bin
./wlst.sh

3) Connect to the Admin Server
wls:/offline> connect()
Please enter your username [weblogic] :weblogic
Please enter your password [weblogic] :
Please enter your server URL [t3://localhost:7001] :t3://Test1:7001

4) Enroll the Machine
nmEnroll (‘/users/faisal /weblogic92/common/nodemanager’)

5) Start the Node Manager by running the scrip at this location
/users/faisal /weblogic92/server/bin
./startNodeManager.sh

6) From the Admin Console, go Environment > Machines > Machine2 > Monitoring.
Node Manager should be Reachable.

7) Start the Managed Server from the Admin Console.
Managed Server directory will be created at
/users/faisal /weblogic92/common/nodemanager/MS1

If the Managed Servers associated with the Machine goes down, the Node Manager running on that machine will automatically restart them.