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2 Administering WebLogic Server Instance... > Starting and Stopping WebLogic Serve...

Starting and Stopping WebLogic Server

You can start and stop the Admin and Managed Servers in many different ways. You can use

art A start and shutdown script

art A Java command from the command line

art The Ant wl_server tasks

art The WLST by itself

art WLST in combination with the Node Manager

art The Administration Console

Regardless of the method you choose to start a WebLogic Server instance, you're essentially initializing a JVM within which the Admin Server or the Managed Server will run. Oracle recommends that you employ the WLST and the Node Manager together to manage both the Admin and Managed Servers. On a day-to-day basis, you'll be using the Administration Console in most cases, which makes your life easy. In the following sections, I describe the various start/ stop methods in detail. Before I review the various ways to stop and start servers, it's helpful to review server messages and server logs first.


  

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