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Do Managed servers run on the same JVM as Admin Server or in a different JVM.If they run on different JVM , how come it is possible to kill(stop) the managed server from the Admin Server console.Isnt a differnt process running on a different JVM ?
 
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The admin server and managed servers run on their own JVM processes.

Only managed servers started using a nodemanager can be stopped by the weblogic admin server.

Node Manager is a Java utility that runs as separate process from WebLogic Server and allows you to perform common operations tasks for a Managed Server, regardless of its location with respect to its Administration Server.

http://e-docs.bea.com/wls/docs81/adminguide/nodemgr.html
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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