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Automatic SSPR startup


Does anyone have a script/solution to start the SSPR when server boots?


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Re: Automatic SSPR startup

Just set Tomcat to start automatically.


> sudo /sbin/chkconfig tomcat6 on



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Re: Automatic SSPR startup


We are using Tomcat 7. However I have successfully reused the startup
script for UA.


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Re: Automatic SSPR startup


knakkarit;249851 Wrote:
> Does anyone have a script/solution to start the SSPR when server boots?


Seems to autostart for me on SLES 11 SP3. At least I've rebooted the
server several times and never had to login/start anything.


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