Managed Server to communicate with a Node Manager.
Node Manager is a standalone Java
program provided with each WebLogic Server installation. You use it
to start, stop, and suspend server instances, and to automatically
restart servers that fail. Node Manager must run on each computer
that hosts WebLogic Server instances that you want to control with
Node Manager. Configure each computer as a machine in WebLogic
Server, and assign each server instance that you will control with
Node Manager to the machine upon which it runs.
Manager on the computer where you want to host the Managed
Although running Node Manager as an operating system service is
recommended, you can also start the Node Manager manually at the
command prompt or with a script. On Windows, you can start the Node
Manager using a shortcut on the Start menu. See Starting and Stopping Node Manager.
In the Administration Console, expand
Environment and select
Select the cluster containing the Managed Servers you want to
Under Managed Server Instances in this Cluster, select the check
boxes next to the Managed Servers you want to start and click
Server Life Cycle Assistant page, click
Yes to confirm.
Node Manager starts the
server on the target machine. When the Node Manager finishes its
start sequence, the server's state is indicated in the State column
in the Server Status table.
When an operation is complete for a Managed Server, TASK COMPLETED
appears in the Status column.