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Monitoring Weblogic cluster

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Hi,
I am new on WL clustering and have following problem
On one Linux server installed admin and node, on another Linux installed another node.
How can I check if nodes are up and working via command line in Linux ? weblogic:admin ?

Thanks
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GHeist,
Do you know solution ? Can you send me code ?

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If you go one step up in beradcrumbs on top of my linked document you get full WLST guide. You just have to write in python the probe that says if web is up or down or so.
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Dear Guru,
It is very easy to send link to documentation. This way you will be top expert in all areas. I can do the same things. Why you not advised to take classes ? Who told you I know python ?
I asked very simple question and you started to educate me. If you don't know - let other people answer

Sincerely
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You can choose JMX (like oracel grid control does), otherwise jython seems to me easiest access. On the other hand you may elect to run functional test on web application by http GET too...
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Nope, jython is the answer (even I do check http to backend in this case)
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