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Due to security reasons, the shutdown was never designed in the process. It
being a light weight process, it was never designed to be shut down. So, the
only way for now is to kill the pid.
"Nic" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
I am using weblogic server 7.0 and running in UNIX machine. If the nodemanager
is running as a background process, and the telnet session that triggeredthe
startNodeManager.sh is closed already. How can I close the node managerwithout
manually find the process ID of the node manager and kill it?