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Hi guys,
For WebSphere 4.0 AE on Solaris, I used startupServer.sh to start the server. I think this starts admin server. Then I can run adminclient.sh to start Java console. From the console, I can stop any application server or the admin server(Node). Is there a command line to run the opposite of startupServer?
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I found it. To stop admin server, run wscp.sh. Then Node stop /Node:myMachine/. This will stop the admin server. To stop every application server, run foreach ejbserver [ApplicationServer list] {puts "stopping $ejbserver..."; ApplicationServer stop $ejbserver}
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