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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting How can i get the state of weblogic server Post 302582606 by jim mcnamara on Friday 16th of December 2011 01:04:57 PM
Old 12-16-2011
WLST and python are probably the most common ways to do this.

Example code:
WLST My Experiments: Server State using WLST

Write python code that displays the status. Use the above example. Assume you choose UP and DOWN as your personal interpretation of the weblogic status codes. That means we get either "UP" or "DOWN" from your python code.
Let's call it

The shell to do this is simple. First create a file (call it email_addr) that has email/SMS addesses. SMS email address is a phone number with the carrier name:
Code: \
[put as many email addresses as you need, one to a line followed by [space]\ ]

casll the script WLST.shl
# script: WLST.shl check weblogic status
. /etc/profile 
[ -r  ~/.profile ] && .  ~/.profile   # execute login script
email_addr=$( cat  /path/to/email_addr)

for i in 1 2 3
    result=$( /path/to/  )
    # result should only be "UP" or "DOWN"
    [ $result = "DOWN" ]  && cnt=$(( $cnt + 1 ))
    sleep 10
if [ $cnt -eq 3 ]; then
  echo "weblogic is down $(date)" | mailx  -s 'WARN weblogic down'  $email_addr

set the script file to execute:
chmod +x WLST.shl

Finally add this to your crontab (use crontab -e )
* * * * * /path/to/my/WLST.shl  > /path/to/WLST.log 2&>1

Save the crontab entry.

This will run the script every minute, every day and with three failures you get email/TEXT.

read the crontab man page because getting a text message every minute may not be very helpful - change the runs to be every 5 minutes if you want.
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