6.5. SysV

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When the utility identifies a SysV system, it generates two files:
  • an init script to manage the root Apache Karaf container
  • an environment file with variables used by the root Apache Karaf container
Here is an example:
$ ./ -k /opt/karaf-4 -n karaf-4
Writing service file "/opt/karaf-4/bin/contrib/karaf-4"
Writing service configuration file "/opt/karaf-4/etc/karaf-4.conf"
$ ln -s /opt/karaf-4/bin/contrib/karaf-4 /etc/init.d/
$ chkconfig karaf-4 on
To enable the service startup upon boot, Refer your operating system init guide.
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