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Commands for Retrieving Information about WebLogic Server and Server Instances

Table 1-5 is an overview of commands that return information about WebLogic Server installations and instances of WebLogic Server. Subsequent sections describe command syntax and arguments, and provide an example for each command.

Table 1-5 Overview of Commands for Retrieving Information about WebLogic Server 

Command

Description

CONNECT

Makes the specified number of connections to a WebLogic Server instance and returns two numbers representing the total time for each round trip and the average amount of time (in milliseconds) that each connection is maintained.

See CONNECT.

GETSTATE

Returns the current state of the specified WebLogic Server instance.

See GETSTATE.

HELP

Provides syntax and usage information for all WebLogic Server commands (by default) or for a single command if a command value is specified on the HELP command line.

See HELP.

LICENSES

Lists the licenses for all WebLogic Server instances that are installed on a specific server.

See LICENSES.

LIST

Lists the bindings of a node in a server's JNDI naming tree.

See LIST.

PING

Sends a message to verify that a WebLogic Server instance is listening on a port and is ready to accept client requests.

See PING.

For a similar command that returns information about all servers in a cluster, see CLUSTERSTATE.

SERVERLOG

Displays the server log file generated on a specific server instance.

See SERVERLOG.

THREAD_DUMP

Provides a real-time snapshot of the WebLogic Server threads that are currently running on a particular instance.

See THREAD_DUMP.

VERSION

Displays the version of the WebLogic Server software that is running on the machine specified by the value of URL.

See VERSION.