Suganthan Raj Suganthan Raj - 4 years ago 141
Linux Question

How to execute jython script for every 120 seconds in IBM WebSphere Application Server in linux?

def generate_Dump_File(type_name, server_name):

#print 'Server Name:'+ server_name
server = '/Server:'+ server_name
# Set the Node ID
serverID = AdminConfig.getid(server)
#print 'Server ID:' + serverID
if serverID == "" :
print "Server Name you have entered does not exist"
else :

jvm = AdminControl.queryNames('type='+type_name+',process='+server_name+',*')

print "####################################"
print "Generating Heap Dump..................\n"
AdminControl.invoke(jvm, 'generateHeapDump')

print "Generating Java Core Dump..................\n"
AdminControl.invoke(jvm, 'dumpThreads')


print "Generating System Core Dump..................\n"
AdminControl.invoke(jvm, 'generateSystemDump')


generate_Dump_File(type_name, server_name)


This is the code I am executing in WAS
/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer/profiles/AppSrv01/bin/

The above path where i am executing this script
But i need execute those script for every 120 seconds, above script i am getting input from user.. In cron tab is not possible..

Answer Source

I have added the code below to execute jython script for every 120 seconds to generate dump in IBM Websphere

def print_time( threadName, delay):
while 1: time.sleep(delay) print "%s: %s" % ( threadName, time.ctime(time.time()) )
execute code here try: thread.start_new_thread( print_time, ("Thread", 120, ) )
except: print "Error: unable to start thread" while 1: pass

Above code works fine for me..

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