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To see a list of services, use the --list option. A sampling of services managed by chkconfig are shown here. The on or off status of the service is shown at each A runlevel. xinetd services and their status are also shown. chkconfig list dhcpd 0:off 1:off httpd 0:off 1:off named 0:off 1:off lpd 0:off 1:off nfs 0:off 1:off
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crond 0:off 1:off 2:on 3:on xinetd 0:off 1:off 2:off 3:on xinetd based services: time: off finger: off pop3s: off swat: on 4:on 4:on 5:on 5:on 6:off 6:off
Starting and Stopping Services with chkconfig
You use the on option to have a service started at certain runlevels, and the off option to disable it. You can specify the runlevel to effect with the --level option. If no level is specified, chkconfig will use any chkconfig default information in a service s init.d startup script. Red Hat installs its services with chkconfig default information already entered (if this is missing, chkconfig will use runlevels 3, 4, and 5). The following example has the Web server (httpd) started at runlevel 5: chkconfig --level 5 httpd on The off option configures a service to shut down if the system enters a specified runlevel. The next example shuts down the Web sever if runlevel 3 is entered. If the service is not running, it remains shut down: chkconfig --level 3 httpd off The reset option restores a service to its chkconfig default options as specified in the service s init.d startup script. chkconfig httpd reset To see just the startup information for a service, you use just the service name with the --list option: chkconfig --list httpd httpd 0:off 1:off 2:off 3:on 4:off 5:on 6:off
Service Management Tools
Enabling and Disabling xinetd Services with chkconfig
Unlike redhat-config-services, chkconfig can also enable or disable xinetd services. Simply enter the xinetd service with either an on or off option. The service will be started up or shut down, and the disable line in its xinetd configuration script in the /etc/xinetd.d directory will be edited accordingly. For example, to start swat, the Samba configuration server, which runs on xinetd, you simply enter: chkconfig swat on chkconfig --list swat swat on The swat configuration file for xinetd, /etc/xinetd.d/swat, will have its disable line edited to no, as shown here: disable=no If you want to shut down the swat server, you can use the off option. This will change the disable line in /etc/xinetd.d/swat to read disable=yes . chkconfig swat off The same procedure works for other xinetd services such as the POP3 server, and finger.
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Adding and Removing Services with chkconfig
If you want a service removed entirely from the entire startup and shutdown process in all runlevels, you can use the --del option. This removes all startup and shutdown links in all the runlevel directories. chkconfig --del httpd
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You can also add services to chkconfig management with the --add option. chkconfig will create startup links for the new service in the appropriate startup directories, /etc/rc.d/rcn.d. If you have previously removed all links for a service, you can restore them with the add option. chkconfig --add httpd
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Symbols - (dash), representing an empty permission, 55 - sign, removing permissions, 61, 62 + sign, adding permissions, 61, 62 = operator, selecting messages, 28, 29, 30 ! operator, restricting priorities, 30 !! invalid string, 41 && command, making operations dependent, 249 # sign in the command line interface, 2 in crontab entries, 8 9 * as a matching character in syslogd, 28, 29 * (asterisk), indicating all values in a crontab entry, 8 ./, referencing the current working directory, 99 / (root directory), 117, 118, 170 | (pipe), 30, 32 appending capability of Linear level RAID, 167, 168 applications, making available to all users, 102 architecture-independent packages, 81 archive files, 96 asterisk (*), indicating all values in a crontab entry, 8 async option, 138, 139 ATA/IDE/MFM/RLL Support window, 246 Athlon CPUs, kernel packages optimized for, 234, 235 auth-priv facility, 29 AuthClass directive, 217 authconfig-gtk tool, 25, 26, 73 authentication, 74 75, 216 217 authentication tools, 41 AuthType directive, 217 auto file system type, 137, 138, 146 auto mounts, 137 auto option, 139 autoconf tool, 116 automake tool, 116 automatic detection of RAID devices, 172 automatic mounts, 130
.a extension, 100 a (all) permission character, 62 absolute method for permissions, 56, 59 accelerated SSL, 245 accept command, 220, 222 access control files, 43 44 access controls, 216, 226 227 action entry, 28, 30 add option of cvs, 107, 108 administrative tools in CUPS, 220 222 supported by Red Hat, 20 21 Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA), 198 Advanced Maryland Automatic Network Disk Archiver (Amanda), 164 agetty program, 194 alert priority, 29 aliases for modules, 202 Allow From directive, 216, 217 allow list, 221 ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture), 198 ALT-CTRL-F1, 3 ALT-CTRL-F10, 3 Amanda, 164 anacron service, 7, 164 anacrontab file, 7 /apache subdirectory of /etc, 22
b (block device), 190 backups, 7, 163 164 bash login profile script, 41, 42 bash shell user shell script, 42 BASH_ENV variable, 42 .bash_profile file, 103, 195 .bashrc file, 42, 43, 103 basic authentication, 217 basic system administration, 1 35 bigmem package, 235 /bin directory, 21, 22, 118, 119, 120 binary format with umask, 67 binary masks, 56, 59, 60 binary permissions, 64 66 block device, 190 block device modules, 253 254 blocks, 69 Bluetooth Devices window, 247 boot catalogue, 162 boot CD-ROM, 240 /boot directory, 118, 119, 170, 237 boot disk, 240, 250 251 boot loader, 239 240, 251 253 bootable CD-ROMs, 162 163 booting from RAID devices, 171 172
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