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wiki:guides:admins:starting_and_stopping_easa_server_software [2016/12/08 06:00]
Brian Collins [Start an EASA Server, as an application]
wiki:guides:admins:starting_and_stopping_easa_server_software [2017/04/25 07:08] (current)
Brian Collins
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 There are two different ways of running an **EASA Server**: ​ There are two different ways of running an **EASA Server**: ​
-  * as a system '​service'​ +  * As a system '​service'​ 
-  * as a user '​application' ​+  * As a user '​application' ​
  
 Each has a different **Start** and **Stop** method. Each has a different **Start** and **Stop** method.
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-===== Windows Servers =====+
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-==== Start an EASA Server, as a service ​====+===== Windows Servers ===== 
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 +=== Start an EASA Server, as a service ===
 By default an **EASA Server** will be installed as a service and will start automatically when Windows starts up.  By default an **EASA Server** will be installed as a service and will start automatically when Windows starts up. 
  
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-==== Start an EASA Server, as an application ​====+=== Start an EASA Server, as an application ===
  
 Examine the **Start->​All Programs->​EASA** menu. At installation time two shortcuts were added: Examine the **Start->​All Programs->​EASA** menu. At installation time two shortcuts were added:
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-==== Stop an EASA Server, as a service ​====+=== Stop an EASA Server, as a service ===
  
      * Type '​services'​ into the search box next to the start menu icon to bring up the **Services** window.      * Type '​services'​ into the search box next to the start menu icon to bring up the **Services** window.
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-==== Stop an EASA Server, as an application ​====+===Stop an EASA Server, as an application ===
  
     * Click on the shortcut:     * Click on the shortcut:
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 ===== Linux Servers ===== ===== Linux Servers =====
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-==== Start an EASA Server, as an application ​====+=== Start an EASA Server, as an application ===
  
       * Log in to the Linux computer as **root**.       * Log in to the Linux computer as **root**.
         * Change to the directory: **<​EASAROOT>/​tomcat/​bin**         * Change to the directory: **<​EASAROOT>/​tomcat/​bin**
           * Run:           * Run:
-            * **/easa.sh start**+            * **./easa.sh start**
  
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-==== Start an EASA Server, as a service ​====+=== Start an EASA Server, as a service ===
  
   *If the **EASA Server** has been setup to run as a service:   *If the **EASA Server** has been setup to run as a service:
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   * If the **EASA Server** has been stopped:   * If the **EASA Server** has been stopped:
 +  * Log in to the Linux computer as **root**.
     * Start it from a shell window by typing:     * Start it from a shell window by typing:
       * **/​sbin/​service easa start**       * **/​sbin/​service easa start**
  
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-==== Stop an EASA Server, as an application ​====+=== Stop an EASA Server, as an application ===
  
  
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-==== Stop an EASA Server, as a service ​==== +=== Stop an EASA Server, as a service === 
- +  ​* Log in to the Linux computer as **root**. 
-  * Stop **EASA Server** from a shell window by typing: +    ​* Stop **EASA Server** from a shell window by typing: 
-    * **/​sbin/​service easa stop**+      * **/​sbin/​service easa stop**