Thursday, February 18, 2010

How to manage service in fedora

1.Open a shell and login as root
2.The service command

service --status-all (it shows you the status of the services)
service sshd restart (you can use start,stop,restart,reload)

3.The chkconfig command - run with no parameters it shows all the services and their status in all the runlevels.You can turn on or off a service as well in the desired runlevel.

chckconfig --level 5  sshd on (this option will automaticly start ssh server at boot in the default fedora runlevel)

4.The ntsysv command - it opens a menu where you can set your options.
ntsysv (this will help you set up if a service should start or not at boot in your default runlevel)

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