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What Is init.d and How To Use For Service Management In Linux

Linux operating systems generally uses boot loader like grub and lilo and than uses init process to start operating system and other services.init is the most important process which forks or creates other process in a Linux system. init.d is init  configuration directory which holds information about the services or daemons. init.d Location init.d is located...

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Linux chkconfig Command Tutorial with Examples

Linux services and daemons can be controlled with chkconfig command. chkconfig command is mainly used to set given service or daemon run level. In order to work with chkconfig command we need root privileges. systemctl command suite provides more and detailed features. Related tutorial can be accessed from following link....

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Get-Service Service Management With Windows Powershell From Command Line

Windows Powershell provides easy to use commands or command-lets to manage Windows systems. Powershell can be used to manage Windows Services and provides builtin command for related operations. Help Help information about Powershell Services command can be get wit the following command.

List Services with Get-Service Existing Windows services...

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Windows Task Manager Tutorial

Operating systems did jobs by running processes and tasks. One of the primary duty for an operating system is the management of processes. All operating systems have a different type of task manager. Windows have built-in task manager maned Task Manager . In this tutorial, we will look detailed about...

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Linux Systemctl Service Management Tutorial

Hi, today we will learn managing Linux services with systemd or systemctl. While Linux kernel booting, it loads drivers, mount file systems, starting memory management, creating system calls etc. But after that what? Linux starts an init process to create further system and user services and processes. To manage system...

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How To Start, Stop and Get Status of Linux Service With Systemd?

Services are all over the Linux world. Enterprise Linux world turn over services. There are different tools to manage Linux services like Sys-V, upstart, systemd etc. Systemd is gaining popularity in recent times. Fedora, CentOs, RedHat uses systemd for a long time. Ubuntu started to use systemd too. Here we...

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