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Clarity Services for RedHat Linux need to be started automatically on server reboot

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Article ID: 202225

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Products

Clarity PPM On Premise

Issue/Introduction

We have Clarity installed on RedHat Linux. How could we make sure Clarity services are restarted automatically if server is restarted? Could you please share any script or documentation for RedHat best practices?

Environment

Release : Any

Component : CA PPM INTEGRATIONS & INSTALLATIONS

Resolution

Looks like you are looking to ensure the Clarity services are started again if you reboot the server.

This is not something we at Clarity support have a solution for, since it's more of an OS question. We don't have any scripts or suggestions on this.

What you can do is work with your System Administrator to add Clarity to the list of the other services that already get started at boot time. This can be done in multiple ways, some will require a custom script to be added.

Here is some public documentation on possible ways to do it to share with your System admin:

https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/8/html/configuring_basic_system_settings/managing-services-with-systemd_configuring-basic-system-settings

https://geekflare.com/systemd-start-services-linux-7/

For more information they can open a case with Red Hat for additional instructions.