Getting a server disk usage alert must be followed some manual delete or move actions on a WebLogic machine.
It is possible to make this process via WLSDM Scheduler module. You can also define an OS cron definition in the server. If you are working such a big IT infrastructure or a big amount of WebLogic domain stack; adding a script to server cron tab means burying the script. How about if the script author leaves from the company?
It is possible to let the know-how go with him or her, too.
Advanced and senior WebLogic administrators and developers able to share their knowledge with other team members. You can move forward your WebLogic service quality by adding autonomous scripts and scheduled WLSDM cron jobs.
We do support your WebLogic knowledge and want to give you a tool to increase productivity with your own knowledge. You can move forward your company's service quality and availability.
If you move these WebLogic automation scripts to WLSDM WebLogic CRON Job Scheduler you will have the below advantages:
- Visualizing WebLogic CRON jobs or scripts
- Documenting scheduled jobs about its usage and what it does
- Transferring script knowledge/know-how to other team members
- Getting the scripts' stdOut and stdErr output/printf/echo values
- Notification for the failed jobs
- Seeing CRON job history
- Modern HTML Email Delivery
At the end of post, there would be a youtube screencast tutorial about scheduling WebLogic jobs and automating scripts.
Check below screen captures about WebLogic scheduler module:
New WebLogic Scheduled Job:
HTML Email Delivery:
How to use WLSDM Scheduler to delete WebLogic Server Log Files Automatically?
Watch below how-to technical tutorial on Youtube then automate your WebLogic domain environments.
WLSDM Product Manager