1 Reply Latest reply: Jan 31, 2014 3:09 AM by sharmela-Oracle RSS

Unable to edit OHS Configuration Files in Enterprise Manager

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We have installed for all the below softwares,

  • Weblogic,
  • SOA,
  • Oracle Web Tier,
  • IDM Suite,
  • Web Center Portal

we have tried to access below,

Navigate to Oracle HTTP Server => Administration => mod_wl_ohs_configuration in Weblogic ,

we got below error.


Failed to invoke operation load on MBean oracle.as.management.mbeans.register:type=component,name=ohs1,instance=instance1,Location=AdminServer

Load failed with IOException

please help me to resolve this error.


Amulraj P

  • 1. Re: Unable to edit OHS Configuration Files in Enterprise Manager
    sharmela-Oracle Expert
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    Hi Amulraj,


    This is a pretty known issue which happens due to the issue with the configuration files of OHS or some times due to the registration of the OHS instance with the weblogic server.


    I am providing you 2 action plans which you can try :


    Action plan1:


    1. Edit the admin.conf located in the INSTANCE_HOME/config/OHS/<ohs component name>






    SSLProtocol nzos_Version_3_0






    SSLProtocol nzos_Version_1_0 nzos_Version_3_0



    2.  Save the file, and restart the OHS component.



    3.  Once the OHS component is restarted then you should be able to edit the OHS Configuration files from within the FMW EM Console





    Action plan2




    1. Make sure the AdminServer is up and running.



    2. Run the <as instance home>/bin/opmnctl unregisterinstance command.







    e.g. <as instance home>/bin/opmnctl unregisterinstance -instanceName instance1 -adminHost myhostname -adminPort 7001



    3. Run the opmnctl redeploy command.







    e.g. <as instance home>/bin/opmnctl redeploy -adminHost myhostname -adminPort 7001





    the command will prompt for the weblogic username and password. Just provide them to complete the command run.







    4. Run the opmnctl registerinstance command.







    e.g. <as instance home>/bin/opmnctl registerinstance -adminHost myhostname -adminPort 7001





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