Overview

A Linux service is an application (or set of applications) that runs in the background waiting to be used, or carrying out essential tasks. By default Ephesoft service is added to start up. This means that Ephesoft will be in running state if user reboots the system. User can disable Ephesoft service by giving action as disable.

User can use ephesoft service by command:

service epheosft [action]

Actions are defined below:

Sr. No. Action Task
1 start Starts the ephesoft service.
2 stop Stops the ephesoft service.
3 restart First stops the service and then start the service.
4 status Tells the status of ephesoft service.
5 disable Disable the service from start up.
6 enable Added to start up.


NOTE
: Ephesoft service should be run with super user permission.

How to use Ephesoft Service

  1. service ephesoft start

2. service ephesoft stop

3. service ephesoft restart

4. service ephesoft status

5. service ephesoft disable

6. service ephesoft enable

service_enable1

 

 

 

<Back| 4.0.0.0 Release Documentation

Was this article helpful to you?

Engineering

Comments are closed.