Configuring the Process Server to Start Automatically

To have the Process Server start automatically when your system boots up:

  1. Create a file called vpd containing the following and entering your installation directory:
    #!/bin/sh
    #
    #This script manages the service needed to run the Verastream Process Server
    
    
    #chkconfig:235 19 08
    #description:Manage the Verastream Process Server
    
    
    INSTALL_DIR=<enter installation directory>
    BIN_DIR=$INSTALL_DIR/processserver/bin
    case "$1" in
    start)
    echo "Starting Verastream Process Server"
    $BIN_DIR/server start
    
    RETVAL=0
    ;;
    stop) 
    echo "Stopping Verastream Process Server"
    $BIN_DIR/server stop
    
    RETVAL=0
    ;;
    status) echo "Current Verastream Process Server status"
    $BIN_DIR/server status
    
    
    RETVAL=0
    ;;
    (restart)echo "Restart Verastream Process Server"
    $BIN_DIR/server restart
    
    RETVAL=0
    ;;
    *)
    echo "Usage: $0 {start|stop|status|restart}"
    RETVAL=1
    ;;
    esac
    
    exit $RETVAL
    	
  2. Complete the following steps:
    1. Copy the file to the /etc/init.d directory
    2. Set the file permission. Run chmod using the value 755. For example, chmod 755 vpd
    3. Run chkconfig to add the initialization script. For example, /sbin/chkconfig --add vpd
All quotations must be copied exactly as above
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