For information about supported database configurations, Web servers, and browsers, plus support for interoperability tools and WebLogic Platform product support information, see the appropriate Supported Configurations document:
For Sun's support services information site, see http://www.sun.com/service/support. If you have a support contract for the use of Solaris platforms, you may be able to obtain support for general Java issues (for example, SDK problems).
Table 2-1 Requirements for 8.1 SP5 on Sun Solaris 9 on SPARC
Operating System Version and Patches
Chip Architecture and Minimum Processor Speed
UltraSPARC (168 MHz)
Azul Java Virtual Machine 188.8.131.52 and later patches
Sun Java 2 SDK 1.4.2_08 and all later service packs of 1.4.2 with the Java HotSpotTM Client and Server VMs (32-bit)
Design and Development Tools
The WebLogic Workshop IDE and WebLogic Integration Format Builder are not supported on Sun Solaris systems. Sun Solaris 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. Sun Solaris is also supported for the development and production deployment of WebLogic Server applications developed with other tools.
WebLogic Platform 8.1 SP5 with the Azul Virtual Machine does not support any development tools.
512 MB required; 1 GB recommended
BEA jDrivers for Oracle
For this Oracle client version:
The following shared libraries are provided:
Oracle 184.108.40.206 and later patch sets
Issues When Using the Azul Virtual Machine
The Azul Virtual Machine supports only Type 4 JDBC drivers.
To enable native I/O, specify the following flag on the java command line when starting WebLogic Server:
The default number of open file descriptors allocated for the JDK may be insufficient for the Azul Virtual Machine.
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:
ulimit -n 8192
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 SP5 with the Azul Virtual Machine.
For information about known issues with the Azul Virtual Machine, see:
For information about known issues with any of the products or components described here, see the appropriate Release Notes document. For a complete list of Release Notes supporting WebLogic Platform 8.1, see: