Jeremy_Clere_7804

Automatic Starting of the Service Manager on RHEL7

Discussion created by Jeremy_Clere_7804 on Feb 12, 2018
Latest reply on Feb 12, 2018 by Carsten_Schmitz
RHEL 6 uses init process to stop and start services when the system boots up to which I wrote an init script which statuses, starts, and stops the Service Manager on Linux Systems that houses agents.  With the init script I wrote I can type service uc4 start | stop | restart | status to manipulate the Service Manager process on RHEL6.  RHEL 7 did away with the init process in favor of systemd so my query is, does Automic have a systemd setup to control the Service Manager on RHEL7?


Could you please check these links:
https://community.automic.com/discussion/9728/start-up-scripts-on-rhel-7
https://community.automic.com/discussion/9902

There is a script example on the second post. You should check it and adapt it for your system.


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