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answered WebSphere - Jython command to view an Application's memory usage
Jan
30
comment How to increase heap size for particular WAR on WAS?
There are no other approaches to increase the heap for an individual WAR. But you can easily set the maximum heap for the whole Application Server JVM from the admin console.
Aug
26
answered access application through a specific node/app server in websphere
Aug
21
awarded  Editor
Aug
21
revised -XX:MaxNewSize and other JVM parameter setting in AIX
answered broader question
Aug
20
answered -XX:MaxNewSize and other JVM parameter setting in AIX
Mar
28
comment WebSphere (WAS) Resending Threads
Have you contacted IBM Support?
Mar
28
answered WebSphere and updating cookie information
Feb
20
awarded  Informed
Jan
30
comment Websphere JSESSIONID cookie overwrite between two apps on the same domain (different ports / context roots)
Good link @covener. That technique specifically mentions multiple nodes in the same domain. I'm wondering if it also works across multiple profiles. I'm also wondering if that means that visiting with an old, expired session ID causes that ID to be reused anyway...
Jan
29
comment Issue with accessing local server with IP address
How does "doesn't work" look? No response or error message? Immediately or after some delay?
Jan
21
awarded  Yearling
Jan
18
answered WebServer plugin file
Jan
15
comment Place for setting environment variables for WebSphere JVM process
So you're running an application under WebSphere Application Server processes, correct? Not just running something from the shell as the same user that runs WebSphere Application Server?
Jan
10
comment Websphere ND Dmgr - Application Server collocation advantages and disadvantages
I don't really have an authoritative answer to give, but we've run co-located for years with no noticeable side effects.
Jan
9
comment apache2 coredump after enabling mod_pagespeed on centOS
Which version of WebSphere & plugin too, please? I haven't used this combination but am intrigued, so I've forwarded your question to some folks who might be able to comment. Also have you posted to the WebSphere forum? ibm.com/developerworks/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=266&cat=9
Jan
9
comment apache2 coredump after enabling mod_pagespeed on centOS
But does that coredump only occur when all 3 are enabled and extend_cache is enabled? Or if you disable WebSphere and mod_spdy and then enable pagespeed with extend_cache, does the problem still occur. I'm trying to determine whether it's an interaction of the 3, of 2 of them, or just pagespeed itself.
Jan
8
comment apache2 coredump after enabling mod_pagespeed on centOS
To be clear, I don't know anything about pagespeed, but know a little about WebSphere. So I'm trying to isolate. This problem occurs if you have pagespeed enabled whether or not you have the WebSphere plugin enabled? Or only if both (all 3?) are enabled?
Jan
7
comment apache2 coredump after enabling mod_pagespeed on centOS
So this doesn't occur just from starting the server, correct? Only when a request comes in to the server? And for every single request?
Dec
29
answered Websphere JSESSIONID cookie overwrite between two apps on the same domain (different ports / context roots)