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Can you see the domain and application with the WLS console? If so, then you may want to ask in the EM forum.
By the domain console down, do you mean that the Weblogic Administration console is inaccessible or is it that you are trying to access the Weblogic instances through some other interface. In case of the former you would have to check if the Admin Server instance is up and functioning as the Weblogic Console application is deployed on the Admin Server. The console would be accessible through the url http://<machine>:<port>/console
I have similar setup and the WebTier component shows as down.
After some research I have come to the conclusion that some files have been missed in the EM packaging with the Web Center and OHS components.
Am following up with iAS development on this issue..
Click on Aggregate Metrics > scroll down to opmn_response and opmn_response_component. See if the instance is registered.
In my case, the opmn_response does not have the componentname in it but opmn_response_component seems to be fine.
I think you are trying to start managed server through Nodemanager check your machine --> Monitoring for Nodemanager might status should be inactive.
That is reason why you see such status in webconsole.
make reconfigure the nodemanager and check status of nodemanager.