6 WebLogic Server Virtual Hosts

This chapter describes how to monitor virtual hosts. A virtual host is a set of host names to which WebLogic Server instances (servers) or clusters respond.

When you use virtual hosting, you use the domain name system (DNS) to specify one or more host names that map to the IP address of a server or cluster. You also specify which Web applications are served by each virtual host. For more information on virtual hosting, see Configuring Virtual Hosting in Configuring Server Environments for Oracle WebLogic Server.


If you are logged into a domain partition, navigate from the Domain Partition menu.

This chapter includes the following section:

Monitor virtual hosts

To monitor the status of a virtual host:

  1. From the WebLogic Domain menu, select Environment, then select Virtual Hosts.

    The Virtual Hosts table displays information about each virtual host that has been configured in the current domain, including:

    • Name

    • Virtual Host Names

    • Network Access Point

    • Frontend Host

    • Frontend HTTP Port

    • Frontend HTTPS Port

    For more information about these fields, see Configuration Options.

    Optionally, select View to access the following table options:

    • Columns: add or remove the columns displayed in the table

    • Detach: detach the table (viewing option)

    • Sort: sort the columns in ascending or descending order

    • Reorder: change the order of the columns displayed

    • Query by Example

  2. In the table, select the name of the virtual host for which you want to view configuration information.