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Domains: Control: Servers

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Use this page to change the state of the servers in this WebLogic Server domain. Control operations on Managed Servers require starting the Node Manager. Starting Managed Servers in Standby mode requires the domain-wide administration port.

Column Display

You can show fewer or additional data points on this page by expanding Customize this table and modifying the Column Display list. Each data point displays in its own table column.

The following table lists all of the data points that you can display in columns on this page.

Name Description

The server instances in this WebLogic domain.


The WebLogic Server host computer (machine) on which a server instance runs.


The current state of a server instance.

Status of Last Action

Status information related to this task.

Heap Size Current

The current size (in bytes) of the JVM heap.

MBean Attribute:

Heap Free Current

The current amount of memory (in bytes) that is available in the JVM heap.

MBean Attribute:

Java Version

The Java version of the JVM.

MBean Attribute:

OS Version

The version of the operating system on which the JVM is running.

MBean Attribute:

WebLogic Version

The version of this WebLogic Server instance (server).

MBean Attribute:

Processor Load

The current load that this server's Virtual Machine is placing on all processors in the host computer.


Name Description

Moves server instances from the SHUTDOWN state to RUNNING.


Moves server instances from the STANDBY or the ADMIN state to RUNNING.

Suspend servers when work completes

Moves server instances from the RUNNING state to the ADMIN state, allowing work in process to be handled gracefully. While in the SUSPENDING state, Work Managers complete in-flight processing for pending work in application threads.

Forcibly suspend servers

Immediately moves server instances from the RUNNING state to the ADMIN state, without handling work in process gracefully.

Shutdown servers when work completes

Gracefully stops server instances in the domain. New requests are rejected but in-work requests are completed before the server stops.

Forcibly shutdown servers

Immediately stops server instances in the domain. In-work requests are dropped, no new requests are accepted, and the server immediately stops.

Restart SSL

Restarts the SSL listen sockets so that keystore changes take effect.

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