[CentOS] how to do startup scripts?
james.hogarth at gmail.com
Mon Dec 7 20:02:20 UTC 2009
Depending on the script placing it in /etc/init.d could work (with
appropriate symlinks to /etc/rc.x) however does the script follwo standard
behaviour for /etc/init.d scripts? (eg start, stop, restart, status.....)
If you just want the script/java file called you could just pop it into
/etc/rc.local to run at the end of the start up sequence (you might need to
& to background it) ... with the reminder that it will only run at startup
then. To run it at other times you would need nohup <scriptname> &
that would prevent it ending when you log out or you close a terminal window
(thus exiting the parent shell).
2009/12/7 Roland Roland <R_O_L_A_N_D at hotmail.com>
> I've just finished installing Atlassian's bamboo
> it comes with two ways to start it up one through a bash shell script
> and another through java script (this one is better as it has the ability
> to start up the service if it got shutdown for any reason)
> so I'm wondering how can I set this service to start on boot..
> I know how to set a script on login in my profile though not on boot..
> any suggestion?
> I've looked around about none interactive shells and so on.. so if I did a
> symbolic link from bamboo.sh script to /etc/init.d would that work?
> what about variables inside the script would they b read ?
> obviously a newbie here so appreciate any detailed explanation if possible
> about interactive/ none interactive shells and of course if theres an advice
> about how to solve this issue..
> PS: trying to educate myself about linux along the way so any explanation
> would be greatly appreciated...
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