3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 29, 2012 1:04 PM by meatwad

    What's the recommended way to run a WebLogic Server in the background?

      I'm new to WebLogic Server and I've been looking at the documentation. There's instructions for starting and stopping servers on Linux but they all seem to rely on foreground processes. What's the correct way to run these processes in the background in a production environment? Is it just by using nohup somewhere in a script /etc/init.d/ or is there some other way I should be running it?