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Sysfunc Reference Guide - Services

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svc_base

Display the base directory of service scripts

Arguments

None

Returns

Always 0

Displays

String

svc_disable

Disable service start/stop at system boot/shutdown

Arguments

$*Service names

Returns

Always 0

Displays

Info msg

svc_enable

Enable service start/stop at system boot/shutdown

Arguments

$*Service names

Returns

Always 0

Displays

Info msg

svc_install

Install a service script (script to start/stop a service)

Arguments

$1Source script
$2Service name

Returns

Always 0

Displays

Info msg

svc_is_enabled

Check if a service is enabled on boot

On Linux, check for current runlevel. On Solaris, check for level 3.

Arguments

$1Service name

Returns

0 if enabled, 1 if diasabled, 2 if not installed

Displays

Nothing

svc_is_installed

Check if a service script is installed

Arguments

$1Service name

Returns

0 is installed, 1 if not

Displays

Nothing

svc_is_up

Check if a service is running

Arguments

$1Service name

Returns

0 if service is running, 1 if stopped, 2 if not installed

Displays

Nothing

svc_script

Display the full path of the script corresponding to a given service

Arguments

$1Service name

Returns

Always 0

Displays

Script path

svc_start

Start a service

'noexec' does not disable starting/stopping services.

Arguments

$1Service name

Returns

Return code from script execution

Displays

Output from service script

svc_stop

Stop a service

'noexec' does not disable starting/stopping services.

Arguments

$1Service name

Returns

Return code from script execution

Displays

Output from service script

svc_uninstall

Uninstall a service script (script to start/stop a service)

Arguments

$1Service name

Returns

Always 0

Displays

Info msg

 

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