Pinned topic Automatica start TIP
How do I change the configuration files to start automatically at boot time the TIP server?
The operating system and is RedHat.
StevePemberton(UK) 2700030E2D28 Posts
Re: Automatica start TIP2013-04-16T14:09:11ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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.