Autostart with systemd

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05 Nov, 2015 10:23 AM

This may be useful for someone. If you'd like to make RhodeCode start automatically after system restart, follow instructions in . After this it's possible to create file /etc/systemd/system/rhodecode.service with the following content:
(where $user - is a user profile, used when calling the startup scripts as was used to install RhodeCode Control)
and save it.
After this you should enable and start it
systemctl enable rhodecode
systemctl start rhodecode
This is the simplest way to start RhodeCode automatically after reboot.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by develop on 05 Nov, 2015 10:34 AM

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    Hi Tur,

    Thanks for sharing your start-up script. We will add it as an example to our documentation to help others in their configuration.


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