Applying Redhat patching

This is for applying redhat patches and after reboot the server login to the server sudo yum update -y sudo yum check -update | wc -l the count should be below 10 sudo /bin/sync && /sbin/reboot

How to run a cron in background

How to run a cron in background Login to the server where the cron exists sudo as root check the cront list –>  crontab -l then select cron and run like below as example cd ...

MSserver1 is in ADMIN after a restart

At the time of restart some times few Managed Servers will be in Admin State. At the time we have to check logs login to the particular server Go to domain/servers/Server_name/logs view logname ...

Apache Redirection

We will get request from SEO for apache redirection redirect 301  url will provide by the SEO/dev team.   Login to server sudo as root Go to /etc/httpd/conf take backup of redirection.conf ...

How to take Thread dumps from console

How to take Thread dump from weblogic administration console. Login in to the console Under Domain Structure Go to Environments Click on servers( It will display the list of servers) Click on ...

How to check Stuck Threads in logs

At the time of stuck threads we will get alerts we can see the servers are in warning state at the the time we can login to the particular warning server grep -i stuck logname it will give output ...

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