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service start tomee is run by root to start the tomee service. It's not the actual command the init script would run. The init script for this is included below. JAVA_HOME should be set in the init script. /etc/init.d/tomee (needs to be marked executable): #!/bin/bash # description: TomEE Start Stop Restart # processname: tomee # chkconfig: 234 20 80 ...


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systemd units support OnFailure that will activate a unit (or more) when the unit goes to failed. You can put something like OnFailure=notify-failed@%n.service And then create the notify-failed@.service service where you can use the required specifier (you probably will want at least %i) to launch the script or command that will send notification. You ...


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Does your service have any dependencies? Perhaps it is starting too soon, before the key services that support networking (such as "Workstation" and "Network Connections") are fully initialized. Try setting your service to be dependent on these services and see if that solves the problem.. Another simpler alternative is to change your service's startup type ...


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Had this error after cloning a virtual server, the clone was given a new hardware address ( MAC ) and the network adapter config still had the old one. The line looks like: HWADDR=00:00:00:00:00:00


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No, the account credentials are not cached in this situation.


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If you're developing your own Windows Service I would recommend developing into your application some fail-safes/error-handling, because maybe your service isn't handling startup messages from Windows the way it should be and it's sending a Reboot command, or otherwise failing, causing Windows to reboot. The only way I could see this happening though is if ...


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Also there is another way, we can use the installation script which is at https://github.com/antirez/redis/blob/3.0/utils/install_server.sh (comes with the source if you have compiled redis from source), there are 2 template files: redis_init_script.tpl (is in the utils directory) redis.conf (is in the ../ directory from utils in the source You ...



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