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Start Up Error in Oracle Weblogic 11G

Hi,

I have installed Weblogic 11g (10.3.3) on Solaris 10 64 Bit using generic jar file with Sun JDK 1.6 (32 Bit)

I don't have any problems running Admin Server but I am unable to start one Managed Server.

I am getting "Out of Memory Error: Perm Size" error.

I have tried by increasing perm size in domain env script but it doesn't solve the issue.

I have attached my domainEnv.sh and managed server's log file.

A quick help from EE is appreciated.

Thanks,
Rishi

 ManagedServer-1.log setDomainEnv.sh
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ECollinCommented:
hi,

you need to increase the size of the perm gen memory :
in  the domain directory,
go to the bin directory
edit the setDomainEnv.sh script file
Search for MEM_PERM_SIZE and increase the value to 256
Save the file
restart your managed server.

Emmanuel
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RishiBangAuthor Commented:
Hi Ecolin,

I have increased the perm size in SetDomainEnv as you suggested.

Now the servers are running fine(Ports are up).

But I am getting permgen space error while testing the application on one of the cluster members.

I have made related changes to the SetDomainEnv, StartManagedWeblogic as well but no luck.

I have attached the files

Thanks,
Rishi
ClusterMember3.log
ClusterMember3out.txt
setDomainEnv.sh
startManagedWebLogic.sh
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RishiBangAuthor Commented:
Ecollin,

Forgot to mention abt the memory. I am able to allocate only 2.3 GB(Out of 4GB of my Macbook) for the Solaris10  VM  on which I am running weblogic 10.3.3

Thanks,
Rishi
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ECollinCommented:
increase again your perm gen space to 512. Your application may need it.
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RishiBangAuthor Commented:
Hi Ecollin,

I have tried increasing the Perm Size but it couldn't resolve the issue.

I have swithed to the Windows env and Jrockit JDK,

Thanks,
Rishi
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