I have two services A and B which run continuously, for them I use
systemd service units. At specific times service C should be run, I can do this using a timer and a service with the same name. C finishes after a short time. When C runs, A and B should not run. To ensure this, I use in the service file for C the
Conflicts= option, which is explained on this webpage: systemd documentation. But this options only stops A and B. How can I start A and B again, when C finishes? Can I do this using
Note: To call
systemctl start A.service and
systemctl start B.service is not the kind of solution I am looking for.