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How can I start and stop Application Servers in WebSphere Base 5.1? Do I need to install WebSphere ND or WebSphere Base is sufficient? I can create Application Servers, but there seems to be no way to start and stop them, using the Admin Console.
 
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Hi.
You can go to <WebSphere_Home>/bin
and use command line to stop and start server.

start command is : startServer.sh <server_name>

stop command is : stopServer.sh <server_name>
 
Charlee Chitsuk
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Sorry,My first reply have some mistake.

You go to WebSphere_Home/bin
and use command line to stop and start server.

start command is : startServer.sh server_name

stop command is : stopServer.sh server_name
 
Nitish Bahadur
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I am using WebSphere Base 5.1.1(not Network Deployment) and have managed to create two application servers, and start them. The two application servers are PIW and SERVER1(the default one). However, I cannot seem to start my application on PIW application server. The "Start" from the Administration Console gives me the following error "The application can not be started on server PIW. Make sure the server is started." The serverStatus -all indicates that both servers(PIW and SERVER1) is "STARTED".

How do I solve this? Should I install adminconsole.ear on the other application server, or there is a script that starts and application on a particular application server. (Note: I am using WebSphere Base)

Any one....
 
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See the following thread which answers your question

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