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we have a horizontal cluster with one JVM on each machine(2 machines). So I want to ripple start this cluster duirng the AIX servers  reboot. What is the best way to do it . The dmgr is located on other machine.
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I presume that we are talking about the WebSphere Application Server product.  Is that correct?

Are you asking how to do this from the Admin console, or via scripting?
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> we have a horizontal cluster with one JVM on each machine

  I also presume that you mean that you have one Application Server JVM on each machine.  Right?

  Are these federated Application Servers (i.e., don't we also have to start the node agent)?
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Edit the inittab table, and add an entry to execute a startup script.

You may need to have the inittab entry execute the script "as" some other userid (e.g., root)

Be sure to look for the "Avoid trouble" note on this page:

Information Center: Automatically restarting server processes
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/v6r0/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.websphere.express.doc/info/exp/ae/trun_processrestart.html

I would have the executed script:
- start the node agent
- upon successful completion
- start the app server
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by:maddy939
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thanks Honor God I will work on that and will let you know how it goes
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Sounds great.  let me know what I can do to help.
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Thanks for the grade & points.

Good luck & have a super Thanksgiving.
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