If you chose the configuration type "Cell Profile" when you installed a Sametime
® Proxy Server, Sametime
Media Manager components, or a Sametime
Meeting Server, you installed a self-contained set of WebSphere
® Application Server components for each server. You have this configuration type if you installed different Sametime servers on the same machine or on multiple machines that are not clustered.
A cell profile installs a Deployment Manager, node agent, and one Sametime
server. You can manage the Sametime application through the deployment's central Sametime System Console. However, any WebSphere
Application Server administration (such as starting and stopping servers) occurs directly on each server, using its own Integrated Solutions Console. For example, if you want to start a Sametime
Proxy Server installed with its own Cell Profile, you must start all the components of the Sametime
Proxy Server cell: its Deployment Manager, its node agent, and the Sametime
Proxy Server. Even if you have multiple servers installed on the same machine, you start and stop components for each cell profile installed on the machine, starting with the Deployment Manager.
Parent topic: Starting and stopping servers running on WebSphere Application Server