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Using the Node Manager to Manage Servers

Before we discuss how to start and stop WebLogic Server instances, let's review the critical role the Node Manager plays in administering instances, as well as how to configure the Node Manager and check its logs. The Node Manager helps you remotely control WebLogic Server instances. If you connect to the Node Manager through WLST, you can start, stop, and monitor the Admin Server. It's important to understand that, unlike the Admin Server, the Node Manager is not associated with any domain. Since most production WebLogic environments are spread over multiple machines and servers, the Node Manager utility helps you remotely manage the servers. If high availability is a requirement for you, it is strongly recommended that you use the Node M....


  

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