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My webhosting server went down yesterday due to a hardware problem. I realized that my tomcat server and the MySQL server did not restart automatically but apache did. What do ...
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    How to auto start processes on boot up


    My webhosting server went down yesterday due to a hardware problem. I realized that my tomcat server and the MySQL server did not restart automatically but apache did. What do I need to do to get the tomcat and MySQL servers to start when the machine is rebooted?

    I'm running FC 4.

    Thanks

    lee

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    Use the chkconfig command. For example, to turn mysql server on at boot try:
    Code:
    chkconfig mysqld on
    I'm not sure that the tomcat server is called.
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    hi,

    if you are useing redhat linux u can use the

    chkconfig command for this

    or

    try this in terminal

    #service

    you can edit the application setting for these

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