Monday Jan 06, 2014

Coherence 12c hands-on Bootcamp at Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum February 18th-21st 2014

As part of the Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum 2014 we offer hands-on Coherence 12c Bootcamp The conference is ONLY for Oracle Partners, for details please visit our registration page!maciej

Trainer: Maciej Gruszka, Senior Principal Product Manager at Oracle
Agenda Highlights

  • Basic knowledge in Java and JavaEE
  • Understanding the Application Server concept
  • Basic knowledge in older releases of WebLogic Server

Technical Requirements:

  • Laptop 6 GB RAM
  • Pentium 4 CPU with minimal 1.6 GHz (better Dual-Core)
  • Minimum 15 GB free disk space

Take this opportunity and register now for the Oracle Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum that will be held in the Hilton Malta on February 18th and 19th 2014 with hands-on training on February 20th & 21st 2014- Like last year we expect that the conference is booked out – register asap!

  • SOA Suite 12c & Cloud integration
  • BPM Suite 12c & Adaptive Case Management 12c
  • Internet of Things & mobile strategy & fast data
  • WebLogic 12c the foundation of Oracle Fusion Middleware.

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WebLogic 12.1.2 Installation in VirtualBox with 0 MHz by Frank Munz

bios settingThe Situation

I just looked at a problem at a customer site installing WebLogic 12.1.2 in a VirtualBox environment. WebLogic 12.1.2 uses - unlike all previous versions of WebLogic - the Oracle Unified Installer (OUI) which first of all seemed to be the problem.

The Problem
Here is what happened in detail:

  • The installation failed because the OUI installer is checking the prerequisites and reports all CPUs with 0 MHz. For sure, this is not good enough (even with all the clever energy saving techniques in modern CPUs)
  • The key question is whether OUI is buggy or the problem is somewhere else, e.g. in the OS or virtualization layer.

Solution
$ grep MHz /proc/cpuinfo

reports indeed 0 MHz for all CPUs. So the problem is not related to OUI but a VirtualBox issue. Still a weird problem. Why would CentOS be running with 0 MHz??

  • VirtualBox might report 0 MHz for your CPU in case you selected the wrong chipset for your machine (in our case the developer’s HP laptop). Note, this means that exactly the same VirtualBox image will run fine on different hardware!
    To fix it, stop the running guest and change the chipset setting in VirtualBox Manager from the default PIX3 to the non-default ICH9.


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