8.1 Supported Configurations: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.0 AS, ES on X86
Note: Oracle will end support for WebLogic Server running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.0 in October 2010. This is in accordance with Oracle's 3rd-Party Product Desupport Advisory - Red Hat Enterprise AS/ES 3. Please refer to doc id 437627.1 in http://support.oracle.com for additional details.
javacommand line when starting WebLogic Server:
In most circumstances the number of open file descriptors allocated, in the proxy machine, for the SDK should be at least three times the number of file descriptors allocated for BEA JRockit. If you are going to run file-intensive operations, be sure to allocate seven to eight times the existing value for the number of open file descriptors in the proxy machine. If no value has been set, set the value to 8192.
To change the specified number of open file descriptors, enter the
ulimit -n command. For example, if the number of file descriptors allocated for BEA JRockit is 1024, raise that number to 8192 by entering the following command:
Note: Keep in mind that the BEA WebLogic jDriver has been deprecated in WebLogic Platform 8.1. BEA does not support the use of the WebLogic jDriver with WebLogic Server 8.1 SP6 with the Azul Virtual Machine.
The setuid functionality does not work with this SDK due to the way the current Linux thread model works. When you use ports lower than 1024, you cannot switch from root to a non-privileged user ID with the setuid function.