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How can I create and run managed server on separate machine.
 
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How can I run the Managed sever on separate(not the same with AdminServer) machine.
 
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Originally posted by Vasily Stepanov:
How can I run the Managed sever on separate(not the same with AdminServer) machine.



Hi Vasily,

Sorry if im a little late to reply to this question.
All you need to do is: Point the Admin url parameter in your managed servers 'startManagedServer.sh' file to the Admin server.
 
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Weblogic uses domains and a domain has got root folder. When I run MS at the same host(AdminServer), the MS can read config folder and uses servers folder to store information for MS under domain folder. How can I run MS at the separate physical machine(without domain files)? Do I need to copy all domains file or I can use shared folder?
 
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