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Old 05-28-2019
Start Services in Clustered Environment

Hello Experts,

I have a requirement to start and stop weblogic services in a clustered environment.

First i need to start weblogic server and once the server is in Running mode i need to do SSH to other server and there i need to start Node Manager and Managed server, After these two are in Running mode i need to exit from the box and display message like "services are running" Else "Services cannot start there is some issue in Admin Server"

Thanks in advance.
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Old 05-28-2019
You can consider running a cron file on your "Node Manager and Managed server" which looks for a file and if that file exists, start the service.

You can have that same cron file on your "Node Manager and Managed server" write a file to the weblogic server which can be used as a flag to indicate success or failure.

You might consider using scp and not ssh for this, where you copy the status messages as files (used as flags) from one server to the other.

Hope this helps.
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