|Acrolinx Server||4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 5.0, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux||6 (x64) or later|
By default, the server doesn't automatically restart when you reboot your operating system. However, if you use Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), you can use the option to -i to install init scripts. These scripts ensure that the server automatically starts when you reboot your system.
You can use this option after you have completed the main server installation procedure. You cannot use it during the server installation process.
To create the server init scripts, follow these steps:
Run the Acrolinx Server installer script with the
You have to root permissions to run this command successfully.
$ cd <INSTALL_DIR> $ sudo bash./installer.sh -i
When you run the installer scripts with this option, it creates init scripts for the core server, language servers, and any other servers, in the directory /etc/init.d .
To remove the scripts, run the Acrolinx Server installer
script with the
$ cd <INSTALL_DIR> $ sudo bash./installer.sh -u