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The equivalent of start-stop-daemon for RedHat 6

I have an upstart script to create a service in RedHat 6: env PLAY_BINARY=/usr/bin/play env HOME=/opt/warda env USER=root env GROUP=root [...] script exec start-stop-daemon --start --exec ...
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Why doesn't docker container start at boot w/ upstart script on Ubuntu 12.04?

Using instructions for Docker auto-start on Linode VPS running Ubuntu 12.04 and Docker 0.8.1, the specified container does not start on reboot. Once booted, I am able to ~$ sudo start [service-name] ...
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How to add TileStream in autoload CentOS

I'm new with CentOS. I have a installed tilestream. Now want to tilestream start automaticaly after system restart. Do like this tutorial. /etc/init/tilestream.conf #!upstart #description ...
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How to specify a daemon shutdown command with upstart?

In an upstart configuration how do I define what command should be used to shutdown a server. Lets say I have daemon that has two seperate processes. startup.sh - to start the server shutdown.sh ...
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How do I start a screen session using an upstart job with a non privileged user?

I have struggled with this problem for two days and have tried many things to fix it to no avail. I'm hoping you guys can help me out. I am trying to create an Upstart job that starts a new screen ...
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upstart writing to syslog in a simple way

I have an upstart script that uses pre-start script exec >/dev/kmsg 2>&1 echo starting program # run my program here npm install node app.js end script to redirect output of a ...
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service vsftpd restart : not working

I edited /etc/vsftpd.conf on my remote server. Now to restart the vsftpd, I ran ravbholua@ravi:~$ sudo /etc/init.d/vsftpd restart [sudo] password for ravbholua: Rather than invoking init scripts ...
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How to restart python script after one second of going down using UPSTART?

I am running my Python script using upstart feature of Ubuntu so that if for whatever reason my Python script dies or gets killed, it can be restarted automatically and everything is working fine - ...
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Upstart: launching something only once

Fact: If you use start on <event> for a job, your job might be run every time <event> occurs. The upstart cookbook mentions two methods to run a job only once. The first is logical to me, ...
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logrotate custom “rotate” action equivalent for upstart?

In lots of online posts regarding how to rotate your iptables log files, for example here rsyslog config files get reloaded by the postrotate option of logrotate, presumably in order to stop rsyslog ...
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how to run a script on ubuntu shutdown when it needs network on

I have an upstart script that needs to run on reboot or shutdown, but it needs to access the network to post an http requests and wait for the replies, I tried start on starting rc and start on ...
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Upstart: How to run a “stop” before stopping other services?

I recently found out about the upstart "service starter" that Ubuntu is using and that is (apparently) the future to start/stop jobs in Linux. It's pretty new to me (I was used to the old SysV system ...
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How to use UPSTART feature of ubuntu to restart the python script but not as root?

I am running my Python script using upstart feature of Ubuntu so that if for whatever reason my Python script dies or gets killed, it can be restarted automatically and everything is working fine - ...
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Send a command with password in upstart script

CentOS 6.5 The server is an AWS AMI, specifically this one I'm trying to use upstart to start a process on boot On this particular box, the root login is disabled, and every time I need to run ...
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How can I restart the SSH daemon on Ubuntu?

When I type in service sshd restart I get a sshd: unrecognized service error. I do have, in /etc/ssh/ a file sshd_config that I use to set config. I can also putty into the Ubuntu box (it is remote). ...
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mountall isn't running, it seems, and no log, and no clue

As shown below, I have /etc/init.mountall.conf, but /var/log/upstart has no mountall.log, and, more to the point, my non-root file system from /etc/fstab does not mount at boot. Mounts fine with mount ...
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upstart script that runs another script, constantly launching

I have an expect script named ex.sh that interacts with another script 'vpn.sh'. the vpn.sh script runs a vpn client so I need Upstart to automatically start it when my server reboots. Currently I ...
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Ubuntu12.04: How to disable a daemon process at startup

I normally use service start/stop or initctl start/stop to start or stop a daemon process but now what I am looking for is to disable a daemon process from starting at startup example mysqld. ...
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How does `shutdown -k` disable logins?

This is the -k option's documentation in man shutdown (at least on Ubuntu): -k Only send out the warning messages and disable logins, do not actually bring the system down. I initially ...
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Disable atd (and other unnecessary startup processes) in Ubuntu?

I just spun up a new 12.04 server and have been having a bit of trouble getting the atd daemon to stop auto-launching. There's been a bit of changing around on the management of startup processes, ...
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Upstart documentation for CentOS 6

I am currently migrating from CentOS 5.5 to 6.4. Having fun converting /etc/inittab stuff to upstart. Ran into a lot of little problems but am getting the hang of it now. The best documentation ...
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exit code of grep in trap where the script is launched by upstart service

recently I encountered a problem in ubuntu upstart and trap in bash shell. I use ubuntu 12.04 the upstart script(/etc/init/player.conf) is: start on (local-filesystems and runlevel [2345]) stop on ...
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Daemon - how to tell the start daemon to execute this daemon as different username then root?

I have this startup script, when i launch i have the execution done by username: root, instead of username: sun. How can i tell the start_daemon to execute it as username : sun not root? $ ps aux | ...
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Make screen start as Daemon for a Minecraft server

I made a script that runs fine manually, but can't get it to run with the description in How to start a script file on boot?. I have run update-rc.d -f minecraft.start defaults This is what my ...
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How to determine which init system is used? [duplicate]

Is there a way to determine which init system is being used in Linux? (such as sysvinit, upstart, systemd, etc.) I don't care if it can be programmatically determined, I just want to know how I can ...
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Bash script to identify which init system the system currently using [duplicate]

I have to create a script that will mount my /usr folder as aufs. I compressed it using squashfs. I've managed to install a working systemd init in ubuntu which I am currently using. Because the ...
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Solaris SMF vs Linux Upstart [closed]

I'm in the process of learning Upstart after first having learned SMF. Naturally I'm assuming that they fulfill the same purpose but I'm aware that this is where I'm wrong. Ideally I was hoping ...
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Rotating iptables logs, strange message about script being converted to upstart job

I use a script /etc/logrotate.d/iptables containing entries like: /var/log/in_iptables.log { rotate 4 weekly missingok notifempty compress ...
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How to test UPSTART feature of ubuntu to see my script gets restarted automatically if it gets killed?

I am running my Python script using upstart feature of Ubuntu so that if for whatever reason my Python script dies or gets killed, it can be restarted automatically. So I decided to use UPSTART ...
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Installing Upstart on Centos 5.10 Final… pkg-config dependency issue

I am trying to install upstart version 1.11 from source on a Centos 5.10 Final box. BTW I don't have option or privileges to upgrade this. I am at this point where it is complaining about the ...
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What are the pros/cons of Upstart and systemd?

It appears systemd is the hot new init system on the block, same as Upstart was a few years ago. What are the pros/cons for each? Also, how does each compare to other init systems?
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service to start on boot doesn't work with update-rc.d comand

I have installed redis server on my ubuntu based server, so I can start/stop/restart redis server, the redis_server.sh is already in the /etc/init.d. Now I want to make redis start on boot, I ...
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Upstart - when a given event occurs, in what order are the jobs run?

I am using Ubuntu 10.04.3, and am using upstart as the init daemon (pretty sure this is the default). When a given event occurs, in what order are the jobs run? Specifically, I'm referring to jobs ...
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Passing in parameters to Upstart

I can do mongod -f /etc/mongodb.conf How do I achieve the same effect when starting mongodb as a service? ie sudo service start mongodb By default this does not read from the config file. I ...
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How to disable a daemon process on RHEL 6.3 like SMF does on Solaris

This problem has been bugging me for a while, we have a program running on Solaris, which managed as a service well by SMF, can be enabled/disabled very easily. Now, according to our market, we would ...
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Upstart reload does not work

On a virtualised Ubuntu, I used the command $ foreman export upstart /etc/init -f Procfile -e conf/development.env -u ubuntu -a my_app -t upstart And can now start my_app using $ sudo start my_app ...
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Why are there both, an Upstart script and an init.d script, for several daemons? [closed]

I am running Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS and installed several services like Samba, DHCP server, ... I receive the following warning when I run "halt now", "telinit 6" or similar: Since the script you are ...
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How to keep upstart installed-always, don't be replaced by sysvinit?

Each time I do apt-get dist-upgrade, the package sysvinit comes back and replaced upstart. Well, I have some scripts written for upstart, and I need to reinstall it every time (typing the annoying ...
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How to associate a script at boot time to a specific run level?

I am trying to understand how run levels work. I understand the meaning of the 7 run levels and I understand that they were usually configured by /etc/inittab, which used to call /etc/init.d/rc, which ...
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Is it possible to export env variable via Upstart?

I need to export a variable FOO=stringhere so that system processes could use it. And the place I would like to do this, is Upstart job. Unfortunately, I tried as per Upstart manual to do env ...
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Cannot get rc.local to automatically run at all

so I've been trying to get the /etc/rc.local script to run, and for the life of me, nothing seems to work. I can run it manually by using service rc.local start, and it just echos 'hi' to a file in my ...
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Silencing all stdout during bootup

I am looking for a completely silent bootup of my Ubuntu Server 13.04 installation (dumped to file rather than stdout). What I want is the screen to be blacked out (eventually replaced with a logo) ...
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How to start a service automatically, when Ubuntu starts?

I am using Ubuntu 12.04 and want to have a service starting, when the system is booted normally. As 'service' I understand some code, for example cd my_directory; my_command -host 0.0.0.0 -port ...
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How to create an upstart process in Ubuntu? [duplicate]

I am trying to create a process to be automatically started and maintained by Ubuntu's upstart (Ubuntu 12.04). I have been looking at this page as well as on this page and I am aware of the upstart ...
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Running services without sudo

I want to run a nodeJS web server on a couple of machines which I don't have sudo access on. What would be a good way to do this? The two requirements are: running the service without being ...
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How to disable graphical shell?

I have a Linux system (Ubuntu) running in a VM, but now I want to disable the graphical shell. Where in the startup process are the graphical components launched? Is it some run-level dependent ...
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What's the status of Upstart on Debian? [closed]

I know that this question has already got asked before, but it's pretty old and things have changed (probably). Already in 2009 the news rumbled, that Debian was going to switch to Upstart. You were ...
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Upstart on Debian?

I created an upstart script in Ubuntu, thinking it would be the same for Debian. But Debian doesn't have a /etc/init folder that Ubuntu has. I went to the upstart download page and seeing that they ...
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is upstart and supervisord used for the same thing?

I have a some jvm based processes that I need to make sure start whenever my server is rebooted, and also if it stops because of an unexpected error etc. I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 in case in matters. ...
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Upstart Job as Unprivileged user fails with permission denied

I'm trying to set up a Sage Cell Server (an open source mathematical engine) running as an unprivileged user. I've created the unprivileged user sagecell to do the job. It is installed correctly and, ...