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RJVM Connection Is Reused Even When JVM Network Address Cache Is Disabled (Doc ID 1644028.1)

Last updated on JULY 06, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle WebLogic Server - Version 9.2.3 to 10.3.5
Information in this document applies to any platform.


WebLogic Server caches the RJVM connection to the remote servers even when the JVM networkaddress cache is disabled.

Test Case:

  1. Deploy MDB to DomainA that can post messages to DomainB-Active. MDB is configured with URL - RemoteHost-IP (RemoteHost-IP in DomainA machine /etc/hosts is pointed to DomainB-Active). If we do a ping to RemoteHost-IP from the DomainA box, it resolves to the correct IP address of DomainB-Active.
  2. Send some messages to check if messages are reaching DomainB-Active.
  3. Modify the hosts file on DomainA and change the IP address of RemoteHost-IP to IP of DomainB-Passive. If we do a ping to RemoteHost-IP from DomainA machine, it resolves to the correct IP address of DomainB-Passive.
  4. Undeploy the MDB on DomainA using the following command.


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