It is a good Idea to start the servers using Node manager rather than the Admin Console.
Here is how you can do it.

offline
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WLST commands and scripts—WLST offline serves as a Node Manager command-line interface that can run in the absence of a running Administration Server. You can use WLST commands to start, stop, and monitor a server instance without connecting to an Administration Server. Starting the Administration Server is the main purpose of the stand-alone client. However, you can also use it to:

Stop a server instance that was started by Node Manager.
Start a Managed Server.
Access the contents of a Node Manager log file.
Obtain server status.
Retrieve the contents of server output log.



wls:/offline> startNodeManager()

nmConnect('weblogic','Welcome1','dbaloungeapps.com ','5556','wls_domain','/u03/wlnov/Oracle/Middleware/user_projects/domains/wls_domain','plain')

nmConnect('username','password','nmHost','nmPort', 'domainName','domainDir','nmType')

nmConnect('weblogic','Welcome1','dbaloungeapps.com ','5556','WLS_DOMAIN','/u03/fmwweb/Oracle/Middleware/user_projects/domains/WLS_DOMAIN','ssl')


Use the nmStart command to start a server.

wls:/nm/mydomain>nmStart('AdminServer')
starting server AdminServer
...
Server AdminServer started successfully
wls:/nm/mydomain>

Monitor the status of the Administration Server by entering the nmServerStatus command.


wls:/nm/mydomain>nmServerStatus('AdminServer')
RUNNING
wls:/nm/mydomain>
nmServerStatus('ManagedServer_3')

Stop the server by entering the nmKill command.


wls:/nm/mydomain>nmKill('serverName')
Killing server AdminServer
Server AdminServer killed successfully
wls:/nm/mydomain>