I see that listenaddress is set in the file nodemanager.propertiesThe nodemanager has a listenaddress, which is the address of the machine.
David A. wrote:Exactly - the mapping is configured from the admin server end. The other thing to watch out for are the certificates (machine specific) if you're running secure connections between the node manager and admin server - another reason you really need a NM config that is local to the machine (albeit it could be on an central NFS share, e.g. /oracle/admin/<machine_1>/nodemanager).
I'm still not clear how the admin associates a configured 'machine' with a unix host. I guess it just finds a nodemanager process with the right listenaddress.
Set listenaddress in Nodemanager properties. One home for 188.8.131.52, and another 184.108.40.206
Create two machines in weblogic console (machine_1 and machine_2)
Set machine_1 listening on 220.127.116.11
Node manager on machine_1 will start wls instaces for machine_1. Because it is the only node mama listening on 18.104.22.168