No, if the profiles aren't active, you can't see in the subsystem.

No, each versión have it's own subsystem.

Directory /qibm/userdata/websphere/appserver/v7/express/profiles, can
change in some parts, like V7 and express, this is about versión and
package, you can have something like this:

/qibm/userdata/websphere/appserver/v7/express/profiles
/qibm/userdata/websphere/appserver/v6/ND/profiles

etc. This topology is a example, anyway not is good idea mix a lot of
versions....

Really all depends on a hierarchical structure of folders, and a lot of XML
files with configuration.

I only want to help you if i do a Little , i'm satisfied.

Regards


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message: 5
date: Tue, 11 Mar 2014 12:54:38 -0400
from: rob@xxxxxxxxx
subject: Re: [WEB400] How to tell the version of WAS you're running on
IBM i

So, can I see them in the subsystem, even if they're not active?
Can I see them in that QWAS7 subsystem even if they are running WAS 6 or
WAS 8?

Also, in regards to /qibm/userdata/websphere/appserver/v7/express/profiles
I suspect that if I have a mix of 6, 7, 8, express, Network Deployment,
etc... that the directory above may not be all inclusive.

I am really wondering how that HTTPAdmin knows all the places to look.

I can easily understand as how you can take my questions as being
sarcastic. And maybe they are. I really don't mean to denigreate you, I
am only trying to explain what I am really trying to find out. I
appreciate your responses. You're trying, and for that, I am grateful.

Rob Berendt
--
IBM Certified System Administrator - IBM i 6.1
Group Dekko
Dept 1600
Mail to: 2505 Dekko Drive
Garrett, IN 46738
Ship to: Dock 108
6928N 400E
Kendallville, IN 46755
http://www.dekko.com





From: jose luis Hernandez <mac1999@xxxxxxxxx>
To: web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 03/10/2014 05:06 PM
Subject: Re: [WEB400] How to tell the version of WAS you're running
on IBM i
Sent by: web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx



Hi Rob sorry delay

You can see all servers under qwas7a subsystem in wrkactjob. In this
screen
you can see all active servers. For example:

% CPU: 0,4 Tiempo transcurrido: 00:00:01 Trab activos: 247
Subsistema Usuario
Opc /Trabajo actual Tipo % CPU Funci?n Estado
QWAS7 QSYS SBS 0,0 DEQW
JTS QEJBSVR BCH 0,0 PGM-jvmStartPa THDW

When the server is active, you can see about console information, under
option 5, after 10 you can see something like:

CALL PGM(QWAS7A/QWASSTRSVR) PARM('-profilePath' '/QIBM/UserData/WebSphere/
AppServer/V7/Express/profiles/JTS' '-server' 'JTS')
ACGDTA para 171069/QEJBSVR/JTS no registrado por diario; c?digo de raz?n
1.
Detectada la propiedad java.version como entrada. Se utiliza s?lo como
salida sin afectar a la inicializaci?n de la JVM.
La m?quina virtual Java es IBM Technology para Java. PID(3080)
Server starting with user profile QEJBSVR and JDK 1.6.0.
WebSphere application server JTS ready.


If you type F1 in WebSphere application server..... ready you can see
something else:


Mensaje . . . . : WebSphere application server JTS
ready.
Cause . . . . . : WebSphere application server JTS in job
171069/QEJBSVR/JTS
is ready to handle administrative requests on port
29442.

Finally you can type in one browser (iexplorer) one url like this:

https://ip_iseries_server:29444/ibm/console/logon.jsp

In this url you can Access to cosole administrative of was.

But if you have servers which is not running, then you can see all of then
in:

/qibm/userdata/websphere/appserver/v7/express/profiles

your can launch ls script and ever directory is one server:

pwd
/qibm/userdata/websphere/appserver/v7/express/profiles
$
ls
default JTS WAS3RTCP
$

Each folder contain one server definition and in each folder you can find
bin folder, this contains administration tools and scripts.

I hope it's useful

Regards



Jose, thanks.

Due to the unbearably slow speed (20 minute response time) of the web
http
admin interface I'd still like a green screen interface to find a list
of
all the WAS servers I have and what version they are running.

I'd like to see the data that's on this screen:
IBM Web Administration for i, Manage, All Servers, All Application
Servers,
Server Version
WAS70SVR/WAS70SVR V7.0.0.27 Express
SOMEONEELSE V....
THISOTHERONE V...



Power 6, 9117-MMA, 3.5 processing units, 60GB memory. 64 disk drives,
of
which 4 are SSD's, should be plenty of arms.
% CPU used . . . . . . . : 26.7
System ASP . . . . . . . : 7882 G
% system ASP used . . . : 80.9993

Sys Pool Reserved Max ----DB----- --Non-DB--- Act- Wait-
Act-
Pool Size M Size M Act Fault Pages Fault Pages Wait Inel
Inel
1 5098.89 1237.97 +++++ .0 .0 39.4 43.0 1205 .0
.0
2 20396.23 23.65 1880 15.5 1547 204.9 4602 44148 .0
.0
3 608.55 .32 10 .0 3.5 .4 7.4 1210 .0
.0
4 6085.59 47.49 157 18.5 3098 24.0 74.2 1392 .0
.0
5 21664.01 .78 1522 235.6 4963 91.3 226.1 2989 .0
.0
6 7002.69 4.28 800 .0 .8 143.2 2123 34402 .0
.0

Total ------
Subsystem Storage (M) 1 2
ERPLXCSSBS .00 2
IMCOM .00 2
IWEBTOP .00 2
MIMIXSBS .00 2
MONMSGQ .00 2 4
QBATCH .00 2 4
QCMN .00 2
QCTL .00 2
QHTTPSVR .00 2
QINTER .00 2 5
QSERVER .00 2
QSNADS .00 2
QSPL .00 2 3
QSYSWRK .00 2
QUSRWRK .00 2
QWAS7 .00 6 6
Q1ABRMNET .00 2
ZMPLUS .00 2


Rob Berendt
--
IBM Certified System Administrator - IBM i 6.1
Group Dekko
Dept 1600
Mail to: 2505 Dekko Drive
Garrett, IN 46738
Ship to: Dock 108
6928N 400E
Kendallville, IN 46755
http://www.dekko.com


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