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Weblogic startup scripts in Unix

 
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Hi,

We have Weblogic 8.1 on Solaris 8. We have lot of domains in the user_projects. Instead of shutting down and starting up each domain everytime. I would like to have a weblogic start and stop script in Solaris rc scripts so that when I reboot the system all the weblogic instances in each domain should be stopped and started up automatically when the system comes up.
I think lot of people would have implemented this. I appreciate if someone can help me in achieving this.

Thanks,
Vani
 
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Hi,

If you want an Administration Server to start automatically when you boot a computer, you can set up the server as a UNIX daemon, you should take a look at your OS documentation to see how to do it.
You may also consider using Node Manager to start the managed servers if you hava a cluster, this can also help you to create treshoulds to automatically restart your managed servers in case of problems.
 
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