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Chapter 2. Starting and Stopping Red Hat Satellite

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Satellite provides the satellite-maintain service command to manage Satellite services from the command line. This is useful when creating a backup of Satellite. For more information on creating backups, see Chapter 10, Backing Up Satellite Server and Capsule Server.

After installing Satellite with the satellite-installer command, all Satellite services are started and enabled automatically. View the list of these services by executing:

# satellite-maintain service list

To see the status of running services, execute:

# satellite-maintain service status

To stop Satellite services, execute:

# satellite-maintain service stop

To start Satellite services, execute:

# satellite-maintain service start

To restart Satellite services, execute:

# satellite-maintain service restart
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