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For CentOS 7 Linux I have downloaded the latest Jetty distribution and created the file /etc/systemd/system/jetty.service: [Unit] Description=Jetty After=network-online.target [Service] Type=simple User=jetty Group=jetty ExecStart=/usr/bin/java -jar /usr/share/java/jetty-distribution-9.3.10.v20160621/start.jar jetty.home=/usr/share/java/jetty-distribution-...
Use: sc.exe config myServiceName obj= "LocalSystem" with sc you can change all kinds of configuration settings for a service. Note the weird syntax with a space after the equal sign.
It depends. This is a fairly poor format for such a question, and we have no idea on the aspects of your environment that guide such decisions. To cram an answer in before it's closed, consider tools native to rh/centos, such as: Freeipa/idm for auth/dns Spacewalk/satellite for patch management & deployment I'm fairly sure this question will be ...
This is due to the switch from init.d to systemd for system services. Check out /etc/init.d/README, which contains a little information about how to live in the new world but doesn't explicitly mention that the service command is now pretty much deprecated.
Connecting to localhost:8080 is the default behavior when a Kubernetes client isn't configured with a specific location of an apiserver. Typically, the dashboard connects to the apiserver using the "In cluster credentials" that are added to the pod via a service account.
Solved, I had forgotten to set within IRCD-Hybrid's config that Anope is a service (Putting the service name within the "service" tag), silly mistake on my part!
I ended up writing a wrapper that replaced httpd.exe. I renamed httpd.exe to httpd2.exe and used this wrapper httpd.sh to execute it. It basically temporarily set system environment variables before starting apache service. Once the service is started, it delete them. #!/bin/bash PHP_INI_SCAN_DIR="C:\Server\PHP\7.0\conf;C:\Server\Config\PHP" if [ "stop" =...
Run mysqld --help and check, if it reports any problems with config Check logs in /var/log/mysql Try runnig it directly and check errors: mkdir /var/run/mysqld/ chown mysql: /var/run/mysqld/ mysqld --basedir=/usr --datadir=/var/lib/mysql --user=mysql --socket=/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock
Apparently, for some reason, setting the permissions on the Apache directory didn't inherit properly. Some files in bin had limited access. I when and forced replacement and inheritance of the permissions into the full directory and any sub-directories and files to achieve modify permissions across the board. I can now run the service without relying on ...
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