MukeshNegi wrote:Weblogic 11g, 64-bit.
Which version of weblogic you are using ?
MukeshNegi wrote:What do you mean "shared file system"? Let's say I have 2 separate physical machines, and they exists in the same LAN network. And I assume ORACLE_HOME is weblogic home directory, but what is "oracle_common"? Can you describe all of this more detailed?
if you are using shared filesystem between your machines then you don't need to install again on second server, Simply register ORACLE_HOME for ODI and oracle_common with oraInventory on second server.
MukeshNegi wrote:Should I do the same on second server machine? If not, how weblogic will know about other physical machine in my network and that it should be available to join my cluster? There is no domain and no admin server set on second server, should not I do this? There are a lot of tutorials describing how to setup cluster via config.sh od enterprise manager console, but:
Simply go to $ODI_ORACLE_HOME/common/bin on server1
run config.sh and select following from domain template
- Oracle Enterprise Manager Plug-in for ODI
- Oracle Enterprise Manager Plug-in
- Oracle Data Integrator Console
- Oracle Data Integrator Agent
- Oracle JRF
René van Wijk wrote:I'm not sure if I understand this correctly. What do I need Apache for? Is it used to perform load balancing or there is built in weblogic load balancer and Apache is not neccesary? I'm looking for minimal configuration and I thought I can setup load balancer via weblogic aministration console?
You do not need to worry about this, WebLogic will take care of the cluster address itself. You can set-up a front-end (for example the HTPPD from Apache), of which an example
is given here - http://middlewaremagic.com/weblogic/?p=7795 (look in the load balancing section)