Technical Blog

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To determine if WebSphere is 64 or 32 bit.

Either java -version under $WASHOME/java/jre/bin/java -version

In most environments, the output from java -version should say if it is 32 or 64 bit; however,
in the event it does not one sure way to figure out by performing the steps below.

1. Determine where your WebSphere Application Server home directory is located.

2. Copy the following file to a temp dir and unzip.Yes, the unzip command will expand the .pak file extension.


3. Find the targetOSandArchs stanza in the maintenance.xml file.

bash-3.00# grep “targetOSandArchs” maintenance.xml


One Response to Technical Blog

  1. scott says:

    sharutils rpm has uuencode for RHEL.

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