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Installing Liferay 6.2 Enterprise Edition on Websphere 8.0


Preparing Websphere for Liferay When the application server binaries have been installed, start the Websphere application server (WAS) Profile Management Tool to create a profile appropriate for Liferay and follow the instructions as described here in the official Liferay documentation. The instructions are for installing Liferay 6.2 on Websphere 8.5, but I have installed it on Websphere 8.0 successfully following ...

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WebSphere Classloader Memory Leak Prevention


Solving Application ClassLoader Leaks Applications tend to want to: Start new threads using Runnable implementations from the application class loader. Even though the JEE programming model does not support this, customers frequently either directly create new threads or indirectly create them by using Timers. Customers must ensure that these threads are stopped when the corresponding application (or WAR module) is stopped: javax.servlet.ServletContextListener.contextDestroyed can be ...

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WebSphere Application Server Performance Tuning Toolkit


IBM has released the WebSphere Application Server Performance Tuning Toolkit that gives the ability to monitor multiple WebSphere Application Servers from an eclipse workspace*. This tools uses WAS Performance Monitoring statistics to get and chart statistics that indicate the health and well being of your server. * Please note that the tool has been released on an as-is basis with ...

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