HP-UX SDK 184.108.40.206 with Java HotSpotTM Server VM (32-bit)
WebLogic Platform 8.1 SP6 supports HP SDK 220.127.116.11 and all later SDK 1.4.2 service packs for development and production deployment on HP-UX.
Design and Development Tools
The WebLogic Workshop IDE and WebLogic Integration Format Builder are not supported on this system. This system is supported for the production deployment of applications developed in the WebLogic Workshop IDE, and for remote debugging of applications developed in the WebLogic Workshop IDE. This system is also supported for the development and production deployment of WebLogic Server applications developed with other tools.
512 MB required; 1 GB recommended
BEA jDrivers for Oracle
For this Oracle client version:
The following shared libraries are provided:
Oracle 18.104.22.168 and later patch sets
The HP-UX 11.0 default value for maximum threads per process is 64, which may be too low for WebLogic Server and many Java server applications in general. When the value is too low, WebLogic Server may have problems starting up.
BEA recommends that you use the maximum kernel setting for the max_thread_proc and maxusers parameters. Setting maxusers to a higher value increases other machine-wide limits, such as nkthread (the maximum number of kernel threads). The following table provides some examples.
Maximum threads per process
Soft file limit per process
Influences other parameters
Total number of threads on the system
Maximum number of processes
Number of pending timeouts
If you upgrade from 8.1 SP4 or SP5 to 8.1 SP6 by using Smart Update or the Upgrade Installer on an HP-UX 11i V2 on PA-RISC configuration, and then try to use the same tool to downgrade from 8.1 SP6 to 8.1 SP5 or SP4, the downgrade attempt may fail.
BEA recommends that you set the maxdsiz kernel parameter to a minimum value of 2 GB.
For information about known issues with any components of this release, see the appropriate Release Notes document. For a complete list of Release Notes supporting WebLogic Platform 8.1, see: