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Dealing with WebLogic Server Failures

As with any type of server instance, the Oracle WebLogic Server is susceptible to failures, due to a power failure or due to a faulty hardware component. Even if you're running a clustered environment for high availability, you must expect to deal with the occasional WebLogic Server failure. WebLogic Server does offer you several ways to monitor application workload and avoid failures due to an overload caused either by an unexpected spike in web traffic or by resources being maxed out. The built-in overload protection capabilities are explained in Chapter 5. Chapter 7 discusses how to fail over to another server in a cluster following a server failure without interrupting your service levels. This section shows you how to deal with the occasional failure of either the Admin Server or the Management Server.


  

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