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1 reply Latest Post - ‏2013-04-16T14:09:11Z by StevePemberton(UK)
SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic Automatica start TIP

‏2013-03-21T10:47:18Z |
Hello,

How do I change the configuration files to start automatically at boot time the TIP server?

The operating system and is RedHat.
  • StevePemberton(UK)
    StevePemberton(UK)
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    Re: Automatica start TIP

    ‏2013-04-16T14:09:11Z  in response to SystemAdmin

    If you installed the product as the root user, it should already be configured to run automatically when the server boots.

    If you installed as a non-root user, you could copy the root user's startup script from the install media to /etc/init.d. The script is called "tip" in ITNM 3.9, but might be called something different in previous versions. You need to create symlinks to the script from the various /etc/rc?.d directories to tell the operating system to start or stop TIP in each of the server's runlevels. Red Hat might have a utility to create the links for you.