What data is returned from the HealthState scripts?
WebLogic Server Unix
The HealthState scripts return the current state of a specific subsystem of a WebLogic Server. The ServerHealthState script returns the health of the overall server.
There are 4 states for a subsystem: OK, WARNING, CRITICAL, or FAIL. WebLogic identifies these as integers between 0 and 3, respectively.
In other NetIQ scripts, the number 100 indicates a good, healthy, or available server, and the number 0 indicates an unavailable server. An example of this is the Availability script, which returns 100 if the server is up and 0 if the server is down. If the ?Scale to 100?? parameter is set to ?y,? the
The table below shows the various values if ?Scale to 100?? is set to ?y? or ?n.?
?Scale to 100?? set to ?n?
?Scale to 100?? set to ?y?