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weblogic 6.1 & Track Studio

PostPosted: Tue Aug 19, 2003 3:17 am
by michaelneale
Have been trying trackstudio 2.7 with weblogic 6.1
It works, but often get crashes with weblogic - even when there is plenty of memory available. Have seen this in many environments.

However, on the same machine running the "stand alone" version based on Jetty works fantastic, and is very stable.

So in summary, unless there is more testing done then I would say that weblogic 6.1 should be an unsupported platform (not sure about any other versions of weblogic though - anyone had experiences with them?)

Re: weblogic 6.1 & Track Studio

PostPosted: Wed Aug 20, 2003 9:06 am
by admin
michaelneale wrote:Have been trying trackstudio 2.7 with weblogic 6.1
It works, but often get crashes with weblogic - even when there is plenty of memory available. Have seen this in many environments.


You got this problem on Windows-based Weblogic too ? We know about this problem under Weblogic 6.1/Linux, this is bug somewhere in Weblogic 6.1-JDK 1.3.1 chain, so you should get such errors with other apps too.
With early versions of TrackStudio (EJB-based) we experience such errors with WL6.1 several times a day (especially, under load).

michaelneale wrote:However, on the same machine running the "stand alone" version based on Jetty works fantastic, and is very stable.

So in summary, unless there is more testing done then I would say that weblogic 6.1 should be an unsupported platform (not sure about any other versions of weblogic though - anyone had experiences with them?)

Weblogic 7.0 (with JDK 1.4.1) should run fine (we use it several months without problems), but you should disable NativeIO in Weblogic settings.

OK, I'll mark Weblogic 6.1 as unsupported platform

Weblogic on windows

PostPosted: Fri Aug 22, 2003 6:53 am
by michaelneale
Yes it was on windows actually, that is an interesting bug.

Hopefully will be moving to weblogic 8 soon, weblogic 6.1 is very old, so dont worry about it - it has its fair share of serious bugs anyway.