RJVM Connection Is Reused Even When JVM Network Address Cache Is Disabled
(Doc ID 1644028.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 05, 2016
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.
- 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.
- Send some messages to check if messages are reaching DomainB-Active.
- 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.
- Undeploy the MDB on DomainA using the following command.
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