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For the linux on prem poller, Is there any easy way have startserver.sh run automatically on boot?

For the linux on prem poller, Is there any easy way have startserver.sh run automatically on boot?

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Re: For the linux on prem poller, Is there any easy way have startserver.sh run automatically on boot?

Hello Kyle,

                  We have an option to run the Site24x7 On-Premise Poller as a service. Since your On-Premise Poller is currently up and running, please follow the below steps:

1. Stop the current On-Premise Poller process using the command "cd /opt/Site24x7OnPremisePoller && ./StopServer.sh"
2. Check if site24x7-onpremise-poller service is already installed using the command "/etc/init.d/site24x7-onpremise-poller"
3. If the service is available, perform step 5.
4. If the service isn't available, execute the command "sudo ./InstallService.sh".
5. To start the service, execute the command "/etc/init.d/site24x7-onpremise-poller start".

Please use the command /etc/init.d/site24x7-onpremise-poller {start|stop|restart|uninstall|status} instead of the script files to manage the On-Premise Poller service in future.

Regards,

Vijay

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