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regular tickets for an application server and webserver

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regular tickets for an application server and webserver..

Answer / vivek

Regular tickets that we get for an

Application server is : deployements,apps server restarts
due to hung threads ,configuration changes, changing
urls,creating data source,application not loading
properly,Node agents out of sync

for Web Server : paged not found,application login url does
not work,pluggin not getting loaded properly , instance
restarts.

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regular tickets for an application server and webserver..

Answer / guest

For ApplicationServer :1)deployments.2)AppServer restarts
due to hung threads.3)Configure changes.4)Changing URL's.
5)Creating DataSource.6)Application not loaded properly.
7)NodeAgent out of synchronization.
For WebServer : 1)page not found.2)Application logging URL
doesn't work.3)Flugin not loaded properly. 4)Instance
restart.

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