Weblogic very slow during startup

Why does my Weblogic Server takes a Long Time to Start?

On Linux or Solaris operating systems, this behavior is very common. Especially in new installations.
There is more information about this behavior in “Doc ID 1574979.1“.

The solution to this problem is very simple.
Just edit the java.security file that is inside the $$JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/security/
Find the line with the content “securerandom.source=file:/dev/urandom” and replace with “securerandom.source=file:/dev/./urandom”.

If do you prefer, just run the command:

sed -i ‘s/securerandom.source=file:\/dev\/urandom/securerandom.source=file:\/dev\/.\/urandom/g’ $JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/security/java.security

 

Reset the AdminServer Password in WebLogic 11g and 12c

Reset the AdminServer Password in WebLogic 11g and 12c:

source $DOMAIN_HOME/bin/setDomainEnv.sh
cd $DOMAIN_HOME/servers/AdminServer/
mv data data-old
cd $DOMAIN_HOME/security
java weblogic.security.utils.AdminAccount weblogic .

Restart the AdminServer.

If the weblogic has the file boot.properties in $DOMAIN_HOME/servers/AdminServer/security/, should be adjusted the credentials of user and password, before restart the AdminServer.

OBS: Check the post on decrypt datasource password, which can also be used to decrypt the credentials of boot.properties file, avoiding making the above procedure, if this file exists.

That’s all for today.
Jackson.

Weblogic JRF files in /tmp

Problem:
In weblogic 11G, there are several JFR files in /tmp directory:

root@app1wsora3 tmp]# pwd; find . -name *.jfr |xargs ls -tlhr
/tmp
-rw——- 1 oracle oinstall 0 Aug 11 18:41 ./2016_06_02_13_50_22_4317/2016_08_11_18_41_43_4317.jfr
-rw——- 1 oracle oinstall 37M Aug 11 18:41 ./2016_06_02_13_50_22_4317/2016_08_01_11_22_51_4317.jfr
-rw——- 1 oracle oinstall 14M Aug 16 09:25 ./2016_06_02_13_50_15_4341/2016_08_16_03_24_12_4341.jfr
-rw——- 1 oracle oinstall 0 Aug 16 12:02 ./2016_06_02_13_50_15_4341/2016_08_16_12_02_02_4341.jfr
-rw——- 1 oracle oinstall 14M Aug 16 12:02 ./2016_06_02_13_50_15_4341/2016_08_16_09_25_39_4341.jfr
-rw——- 1 oracle oinstall 0 Aug 16 12:43 ./2016_06_02_13_50_24_4344/2016_08_16_12_43_28_4344.jfr
-rw——- 1 oracle oinstall 150M Aug 16 12:43 ./2016_06_02_13_50_24_4344/2016_08_16_12_17_36_4344.jfr

These files are from DMS (Dynamic Monitoring Service) and they are created when application server is running.

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Decrypting WebLogic Datasource Password

Hi Guys,

Today I bring you a script that I use to decrypt datasource passwords and also the password of AdminServer, which is very useful on a daily basis.

The script uses the encrypted password that is found within the datasource configuration files ($DOMAIN_HOME/config/jdbc/*.xml).
To decrypt the AdminServer password is used the encrypted password contained within the boot.properties ($DOMAIN_HOME/servers/AdminServer/security).

Below the script (decryptPassword.py):

#=======================================================================================
# This Script decrypt WebLogic passwords
#
# Usage:
# wlst decryptPassword.py
#
#
#=======================================================================================
import os
import weblogic.security.internal.SerializedSystemIni
import weblogic.security.internal.encryption.ClearOrEncryptedService

def decrypt(domainHomeName, encryptedPwd):
domainHomeAbsolutePath = os.path.abspath(domainHomeName)
encryptionService = weblogic.security.internal.SerializedSystemIni.getEncryptionService(domainHomeAbsolutePath)
ces = weblogic.security.internal.encryption.ClearOrEncryptedService(encryptionService)
clear = ces.decrypt(encryptedPwd)
print "RESULT:" + clear

try:
if len(sys.argv) == 3:
decrypt(sys.argv[1], sys.argv[2])
else:
print "INVALID ARGUMENTS"
print " Usage: java weblogic.WLST decryptPassword.py "
print " Example:"
print " java weblogic.WLST decryptPassword.py D:/Oracle/Middleware/user_projects/domains/base_domain {AES}819R5h3JUS9fAcPmF58p9Wb3swTJxFl0t8NInD/ykkE="
except:
print "Unexpected error: ", sys.exc_info()[0]
dumpStack()
raise

Syntax using: java weblogic.WLST decryptPassword.py $DOMAIN_HOME encrypted_password

For example:
[oracle@app1osbgrepora1l scripts]$ source /oracle/domains/osb_domain/bin/setDomainEnv.sh
[oracle@app1osbgrepora1l osb_domain]$ java weblogic.WLST decryptPassword.py /oracle/domains/osb_domain/ {AES}WdbfYhD1EbVXmIe62hLftef4WtNPvyRDGc1/lsyQ014=
Initializing WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) …
Welcome to WebLogic Server Administration Scripting Shell
Type help() for help on available commands
RESULT:OSBPASS123

That’s all for today
Jackson.

Oracle Licensing: Weblogic Tip!

Like a complement to yesterday post, about Oracle Database Licensing, today’s post is a little tip to Weblogic licensing evaluating, considering an auditing…

The restricted services can be checked on WebLogic Server Basic – Restricted Primary Services in WebLogic Server.

There is also a py script on Orace Support that can be executed via WLST on Admin Sever. Please take a look on: WebLogic Server Basic License Feature Usage Measurement Script (Doc ID 885587.1)

And it’s all by now! 🙂

Hugs!
Matheus.

Weblogic in debug mode

Usually, in non-production environments, it is necessary to check applications deployed on a Weblogic server. The default log (.out) does not report or details conclusively the real cause of the problem.
In this case, beyond the levels of logs that can be configured via weblogic console (Managed Server > Logging > Advanced), we can add to the JVM startup arguments (Managed Server > Configuration > Server Start > Arguments) the following arguments:

-Dweblogic.webservice.verbose=true -Dweblogic.wsee.verbose=* -Dweblogic.wsee.verbose=weblogic.wsee.* -Dweblogic.wsee.verbose.timestamp=true

Recommended use only during the troubleshoot, because it generates a lot of logs.

Jackson.