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Installing the Command Center Server as a Linux Startup Service

Dec. 18, 2015

Installing the Service

You must install the Command Center service to start the Command Center server as a Linux service.

To install the Linux service

Use the chkconfig command to configure the Command Center server as a service.chkconfig -add NSCCService

Running the Command Center Server as a Linux Service

You can manually run Command Center as a service, or you can set Command Center to start as a service when the system is restarted.

To run the Command Center server as a service

Use the following command to start Command Center as a service: /etc/init.d/NSCCService start

To automatically start Command Center as a service when the computer is restarted

  1. Run the following command: /usr/sbin/ntsysv
  2. In the screen that appears, select NSCCService.

Running the Command Center Agent as a Linux Service

You can manually run Command Center Agent as a service, or you can set Command Center Agent to start as a service when the system is restarted.

To run the Command Center server as a service

Use the following command to start Command Center as a service: /etc/init.d/CCAgentService start

To automatically start Command Center Agent as a service when the computer is restarted

  1. Run the following command: /usr/sbin/ntsysv
  2. In the screen that appears, select CCAgentService.

Stopping the Command Center Server from Running as a Service

To upgrade the software or to migrate from the current database to another database, you must stop the Command Center server that is running as a Linux service.

To stop the Command Center server from running as a service

Run the following command: /etc/init.d/NSCCService stop

Uninstalling the Service

The following procedure describes the steps to uninstall the Command Center service.

To uninstall the Linux startup service

  1. At a command prompt, type the following to uninstall the Linux Startup service: chkconfig -del NSCCService
  2. Run the following command: rm -rf /etc/init.d/NSCCService The Command Center Linux service is automatically uninstalled when you uninstall the Command Center server as described in Uninstalling the Command Center Server from Linux.
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