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In Linux you can use only nohup option to make any process to run in background.
Make sure that you create your own shell script to call start and stop script and run them in nohup option.
Also you can return the different nohup log in different places.
let me know if you need any further help on this issue.
Of course, running the WLS processes using nohup would place the process in the background. However, the recommended way to run the WLS servers on a production system would be to configure node manager and use this. This places the servers as a background process but also provides some additional functionality, that would be useful - for instance, allowing starting and stopping via the admin console and the ability to auto restart failed or stuck servers.
For more information, please consult the documentation.
Thanks, Eramus. I'll look into it.