Check this tutorial 🙂 http://community.wlsdm.com/topic/27/new-video-tutorial-how-to-monitor-weblogic-managedserver-jvm-resources
Hi Tom, we are going to fix this visual problem in the next release.
Thank you for the bug-report.
@wlsdmadmin I’ve already upgraded, have some issues, I’ll post it. Regards…
We found the problem. It was really weird and it’s about replacement. Because, your managed server names contains “IP” string.
It’s fixed and and going to be added to the next version.
Thank you for the bug report.
It’s an WebLogic issue and unfortunately WebLogic does not serve JMX value at the same time. Anymore, you don’t need to live Java Mission Control connection. Just keep using WLSDM 😉
It worked like a charm 🙂 Missed the first grep parameter. Very useful feature. thanks…
this problem only exists on Chrome browser. If your Chrome updated recently, this can be occur. It’s a Chrome issue and we’ve reported.
On WLSDM console refresh page with “CTRL + R” or “CTRL + F5” then it will be resolved.
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By default WLSDM folder initialize in weblogic $DOMAIN_HOME folder. If you want to move this folder to another path just create soft link.
1- Shutdown WebLogic admin server properly
2- Move $DOMAIN_HOME/WLSDM folder to /path/to/folder/WLSDM
3- Create link under $DOMAIN_HOME folder.
Linux: ln -s /path/to/folder/WLSDM WLSDM