CentOS 7, Ubuntu 18.04¶
To enable the service and have it start on boot, use: systemctl enable jetstream-server
To start the service manually (and immediately), use: systemctl start jetstream-server
admin@server-host# systemctl enable jetstream-server Created symlink from ... admin@server-host# systemctl start jetstream-server
To verify if the processes are running, you can use the systemctl status command. Under normal circumstances, the command should report that the process is
active(running) under the
Active heading. For example:
admin@server-host# systemctl status jetstream-server ● jetstream-server.service - JetStream server service Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/jetstream-server.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled) Active: active (running) since Thu 2016-09-22 17:35:44 EDT; 17h ago Main PID: 2857 (jetstream) CGroup: /system.slice/jetstream-server.service ├─2857 /usr/local/bin/jetstream server @/etc/jetstream-server.rsp └─2858 /usr/local/bin/jetstream server @/etc/jetstream-server.rsp
To restart the service, use: systemctl restart jetstream-server
To stop the service, use systemctl stop jetstream-server
To disable the service, use systemctl disable jetstream-server
The JetStream Server service is enabled automatically after installation.
To disable the service, use launchctl disable system/io.gojetstream.jetstream-server
To re-enable the service and have it start on boot, use: launchctl enable system/io.gojetstream.jetstream-server
Please note that on macOS, disabling a service will not stop it. In order to stop it, you will need to unload it from launchctl.
To unload the service from launchctl: launchctl bootout system /usr/local/jetstream/etc/io.gojetstream.jetstream-server.plist
To load it back, use: launchctl bootstrap system /usr/local/jetstream/etc/io.gojetstream.jetstream-server.plist
To restart the service, use: launchctl kickstart -k system/io.gojetstream.jetstream-server
In the Services window, locate the Go:JetStream Server service. Right click on the service and choose Properties.
In the Service Properties window, choose Automatic from the Startup type, click Start, and once the service starts, click OK.