CompTIA Linux+: Managing Services

Linux    |    Intermediate
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Explore the service managers like systemd, SysVinit, and Upstart used to manage services and system initialization, as you prepare for the XK0-004: CompTIA Linux+ certification exam.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • define the systemctl command that keeps the service active when a machine reboots or is shut down
    describe the directory where the systemd unit files are kept in Linux OS
    describe the system that predated systemd as the initialization system for major Linux distributions
  • define the various run levels and their status
    describe the command that identifies all the services and their runlevel
    describe the command used to enable mysqld service on runlevel 2, 3, and 5

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Configuring Services with systemd
    32m 4s
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    2. 
    Managing Services with SysVinit or Upstart
    28m 30s

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