You can choose to run s-Server as a service. This is an option in the installer. Once s-Server is installed as a service, it will automatically start whenever the machine on which s-Server is running is started.
You can also manually start, stop, and restart the s-Serverd service using standard Linux service commands.
The s-Serverd service can be found in:
Starting, stopping, and restarting the service
You can start, stop, restart, and check the status of s-serverd using the following standard Linux service commands:
|service s-serverd start||Starts service|
|service s-serverd stop||Stops service (equivalent to !kill)|
|service s-serverd restart||Stops then starts service.|
|service s-serverd status||Tells whether s-serverd is running|
You can specify a checkpoint for start, stop, and restart, using the following syntax:
service s-serverd stop <checkpoint name>
service s-serverd stop --with-checkpoint <checkpoint name>
Use the same syntax to set a checkpoint for restart. Note: If you do not specify a checkpoint when stopping, a default checkpoint will be used when the service stops.
Once you establish a checkpoint, you can start the service at the same point by indicating the checkpoint name in the start command:
service s-serverd start <checkpoint name>
service s-serverd start --with-checkpoint <checkpoint name>