Use the serverStatus command to obtain the status of one or all of the servers configured on a node. You can run this command from the $WAS_HOME/bin directory of a WAS installation or a Network Deployment installation.
The command syntax is as followsThe first argument is required. The argument is either the name of the server for which status is desired, or the -all keyword which requests status for all servers defined on the node.serverStatus <server>|-all [options]
The following options are available for the serverStatus command...
-quiet Suppresses the progress information that the serverStatus command prints in normal mode.
-logfile <fileName> Specifies the location of the log file to which information gets written.
-replacelog Replaces the log file instead of appending to the current log.
-trace Generates trace information into a file for debugging purposes.
-username <name> Specifies the user name for authentication if security is enabled. Acts the same as the -user option.
-user <name> Specifies the user name for authentication if security is enabled. Acts the same as the -username option.
-password <password> Specifies the password for authentication if security is enabled.
-help Prints a usage statement.
-? Prints a usage statement.
The following examples demonstrate correct syntaxserverStatus server serverStatus -all (returns status for all defined servers) serverStatus -trace (produces the serverStatus.log file)