I often get SystemOut.log files from customers or friends to help them analyzing a problem. Often it is complicated to find the right server and application which generates the real error, because most WebSphere Applications (like IBM Connections or Sametime) are installed on different Application Servers and Nodes. So you need to open multiple large
Missing command history on Linux is a little problem when using command line utilities like wsadmin, db2, sqlplus and so on. I found a solution for this today. You can use rlwrap to get command history for all applications on the console and it is possible to recall and edit the commands. Rlwrap uses readline.
This year i attended the ICON UK in Brighton. I enjoyed it very much to speak in front of a great audience and to meet friends and “lotus” guys again. You can review my session slides here. I extended some scripts from socconv and add a short part jython introduction.
Klaus Bild provided two scripts for setting Connections Admins through jython and wsadmin. I want to add one detail, when you want to add multiple Admins, then you can use pipe | as delimiter. First line would be connwasadmin=’wasadmin|conadmin’ Thanks Klaus, i like to set the admins through a script, because fixpack installations often set
Because i had several issues with automated renewed ssl and ltpa keys on my websphere servers, i found this article on the blog of Mitch Cohen: http://www.curiousmitch.com/2009/06/disabling-automatic-ltpa-key-generation-in-was-or-how-to-stopsso-between-was-and-domino-from-breaking/ Perhaps this is interesting for more people.