With these commands, you can manage basic operation of an Open Liberty server.
server commands are available:
server create: The command creates an Open Liberty server.
server debug: The command starts the specified Open Liberty server in debug mode.
server dump: The command creates a snapshot of a server and saves the result into an archive file for further tuning and diagnosis.
server help: The command displays information about the
servercommand, with details about its actions and options.
server javadump: The command creates a snapshot of the JVM status of a server and saves the result into an archive file for further tuning and diagnosis.
server list: The command lists all the defined application servers in the Open Liberty installation.
server package: The command packages an Open Liberty server, its resources, and applications in a compressed file that you can store, distribute, or deploy to a different location.
server pause: The command pauses all or specific inbound work for an Open Liberty server.
server resume: The command resumes all or specific inbound work for an Open Liberty server.
server run: The command starts the named Open Liberty server as a foreground process.
server start: The command starts the named Open Liberty server as a background process.
server status: The command checks to see whether the specified server is running.
server stop: The command stops the named Open Liberty server.
server version: The command displays the version information of the named server and the current Java runtime environment.