I'm using MSIE because I've had problems with the IBM created apps and Firefox. Not that it should matter, but I always use https://myserver:2010/HTTPAdmin because I like to encrypt everything.
The box is an 810 with 4GB of RAM, and I'm basically the only user doing anything on it, so there isn't much delay for anything loading. I didn't mention explicitly, but our app didn't work at all after the V5R3 upgrade until I found the WAS group to apply. Today is the first day the app crashed (I've been told it was running today then stopped) even though it hasn't been on the admin page since the upgrade 3 weeks ago.
Thanks, Sean Ingvaldson, Scott wrote:
Is it possibly under a different tab? At V5R3 you should find multiple tabs under the "manage" tab. (at http://yourservername.com:2001/HTTPAdmin ) You should see "All Servers", "HTTP Servers", "Application Servers" and "ASF Tomcat Servers." Under "All Servers" you should see more tabs, with "HTTP Servers", Application Servers" and "ASF Tomcat Servers" again. If you are on the "HTTP Servers" tab you can't see the WAS Servers, and if you are on the "Application Servers" tab you can't see the HTTP servers. If you are on a smaller box these may take some time to load. Make sure that your ADMIN jobs aren't thrashing in the system pool. Also, I think you need to have pop-ups enabled on your browser and I'm pretty sure that only IE and Firefox are supported. (Maybe only IE.) Let me know if this helps... Regards,Scott IngvaldsoniSeries System Administrator GuideOne Insurance Group -----Original Message----- date: Tue, 17 Jan 2006 14:22:47 -0500 from: Sean Porterfield <sporter@xxxxxxxxxxxx> subject: V5R3 Websphere application server not showing in admin I know very little about WAS, even though I configured it on our server. (I was following vendor directions.) I set everything up on V5R2 thenrecently upgraded to V5R3. After putting on the latest group PTFs, everything was working fine. I noticed, though, that the WAS instance no longer shows on the HTTP admin page. I see the HTTP server instance there but not the WAS one.Today it is not working, so I was going to follow the Windows method andstop/start the service to see if it would fix itself. I can open a PMR if no-one knows the answer off the top of their heads, and I might be able to stop/start from a command line. I was a bit curious as to wherethe HTTP admin server got the list of application servers to see if it were just corrupted somehow.Thanks, Sean Porterfield
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