I seem to be unable to find it anywhere explained, but I can run a server with run action so the server runs in foreground. Why is this not listed in server help? Are there any other commands available?
[root@was8 wlp]# ./bin/server help Usage: ./bin/server action serverName [options] serverName A locally unique name for the server; the name can be constructed using ASCII alphanumeric characters (A-Za-z0-9), the underscore (_), dash (-), and period (.). Actions: create Create a new server if the specified server does not exist. dump Dump diagnostic information from the server into an archive. package Package a server to an archive. start Start the named server. status Check the status of the named server. stop Stop the running instance of the named server. version Show server version information and exit. Options: --archive= "path to the target archive file" Specify the archive target to be generated by the package or dump action. The target can be specified either as an absolute path or as a relative path. If this option is ommitted, the archive file will be created in the server output directory. The target file name extension may influence the format of the generated archive. The default archive format for the package action is "pax" on z/OS and "zip" on all other platforms. --clean Clean all cached information related to this server instance. --include=all/usr Specify whether packaging all the files in the wlp installation directory or only the files in usr directory. If the WLP_USER_DIR, WLP_OUTPUT_DIR are set in server.env file, the files under them are packaged. The files linked in the config files are not processed, so may not be packaged.
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