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Introscope Agent on Weblogic Red Hat Linux

Question asked by geniesmith on May 21, 2012
Latest reply on Jun 9, 2012 by Hiko_Davis
Hello,

I'm taking over an Introscope envrionment that was implemented before I started this company. There was a 2 month gap of no one maintaining the environment. My questions is the introscope agent on my weblogic server does not seem to report the correct amount of JVMs on the server. I remember in one of my training classes, the agent should do real time update but it seems to be showing the old JVMs and not the new ones. The naming of the convention of the new JVMs are different from the old ones. The server hosting the weblogic was updated to become a cluster but I don't think anything was done on Introscope side. It still shows old JVMs. Do I need to reinstall the agent? Is there a way to update the agent without stopping the application server?

Thanks,
Genie

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