YourService

YourService is a part of the ServiceManager and serves as an interface to start and stop your services.

Configuration

You have to copy an init script to /etc/init.d/yourservice.d/. This init script implements the following arguments: start, stop and status. On success, each of the arguments have to print their corresponding keywords (started, stopped and running) on stdout.

/etc/init.d/yourservice provides a template, which is displayed in the following listing:

/etc/init.d/yourservice
#!/bin/bash
 
case $1 in
  start)
    # Add your start operations here
    echo "started";;
  stop)
    # Add your stop operations here
    echo "stopped";;
  status)
    # Specify whether the service is still alive
    echo "running";;
  *)
    echo "unknown";;
esac

The init script must be executable! (chmod +x)

Usage

Web interface → ServiceManager → YourService → Click on your desired service and click on Start or Stop.

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