Tag: chkconfig

Create a service for JIRA for Linux

Atlassian JIRA is a bug and issue tracker. Atlassian JIRA lets you priorities, assign, track, report and audit issues from software bugs, helpdesk tickets, project tasks to change requests. On a CentOS 6.5 Linux install, an instance of JIRA was installed. Upon completion, a service to automate the start, stop, restart, and status needed to be created manually. One of...Read More »

Hyperic Server init Script to Autostart

Hyperic is a tool that offers visibility into applications and infrastructure across physical, virtual, and cloud environments. It consolidates discovery, monitoring, analysis and control of application, system, and network assets. Hyperic is available as vFabric Hyperic, the commercial version, and as Hyperic HQ, the open-source version. While similar, vFabric Hyperic offers additional features over the open source version. What this…

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VNC Server Autostart on RHEL5 / CentOS5

The following steps will autostart a VNC server on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.x or CentOS 5.x operating system after a reboot. The Linux user account that needs VNC server to automatically start up after system reboot, must have a VNC password. To create a new (or reset a forgotten) VNC password, just login as root or su (switch…

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Create a service for JIRA on CentOS 5 or RHEL 5

Atlassian JIRA is a bug and issue tracker. Atlassian JIRA lets you priorities, assign, track, report and audit your ‘issues,’ whatever they may be — from software bugs and help-desk tickets to project tasks and change requests. After installing JIRA, on a CentOS 5.2 Linux installation, I wanted to automate the starting and stopping of JIRA by creating a service….

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Disable firewall on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Server

Using a Windows box with Putty to install and execute jboss with it’s own Tomcat instance using the default port of 8080 on a fresh built Red Hat Enterprise Linux box, everything looked to be fully operational; however, I could not access the web address from a remote box. I quickly realized that the firewall was fully operational (from previous…

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