One server in your WebLogic domain is experiencing a problem. You want to use the WebLogic Diagnostic Framework (WLDF) to diagnose the problem. The default built-in WLDF module is currently configured on the server, but it does not capture the metrics you need.
You have the following requirements:
You do not want to delete the existing module.
You want to minimize metric data output while troubleshooting the issue.
You want to focus your analysis on only the server that is experiencing the problem.
What WLDF configuration would achieve this result? (Choose the best answer.)
What is the first action to take during a Rolling Update? (Choose the best answer.)
Examine the illustration:
Which best describes the above illustration?
On a WebLogic Managed Server you administer, you have the following log:
You investigate and find a Web Module named MyApp with the following deployment descriptor weblogic.xml:
Which two are true? (Choose two.)
What is the difference between a WebLogic Diagnostic Framework (WLDF) watch and a notification? (Choose the best answer.)