This section contains the procedure you need to verify the BEA WebLogic Server installation and configuration.
Use this procedure to verify the BEA WebLogic Server Administration Server, BEA WebLogic Managed Server, and database installation and configuration. This procedure does not verify that your application is highly available because you have not installed the data service yet.
The following steps are for the configuration described in Simple Configuration. If you are planning a different configuration, you must configure the BEA WebLogic Server accordingly.
Verify that the logical_-host-1 and logical-host-2 configured in RG1 and RG2 are online on clustercluster-node1.
If you are using a database, verify that the database is running.
Go to the directory containing the Administration Server and the Managed Server START scripts configured in the section Installing and Configuring the BEA WebLogic Server Application.
Start the Administration Server by running the Administration Server START script.
example: cluster-node1>cd /global/wls/user_projects/petstore cluster-node1>./startWebLogic.sh
After the Administration Server starts successfully, start the Managed Server.
example: cluster-node1>cd /global/wls/user_projects/petstore cluster-node1>./startManagedWebLogic.sh
Make sure that you can successfully connect to the logical-host-1 and logical-host-2 from a client.
Verify that the Administration Server and the Managed Servers are in the RUNNING mode on cluster-node1.
Shut down the Administration Server and the Managed Server.
Switch the Resource Groups RG1 and RG2 to cluster-node2.
This will bring down logical-host-1 and logical-host-2 on cluster-node1 and bring them up on cluster-node2.
scswitch -z -g RG1 -h cluster-node2 scswitch -z -g RG2 -h cluster-node2
Verify that the Administration Server and the Managed Servers are in the RUNNING mode on cluster-node2.
If the clients can successfully connect to the Administration Server and the Managed Server on each of the potential master nodes, you have successfully configured the BEA WebLogic Servers to work with the Sun Cluster HA for BEA WebLogic Server.
Stop the Administration Server and the Managed Servers and proceed to the next session to install the Sun Cluster HA for BEA WebLogic Server.