Configuring PingAccess to run as a Linux systemd service - PingAccess - 7.2

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Configure PingAccess to run as a Linux systemd service, causing it to start automatically when Linux starts.

Note:

The service script will only start if <JAVA_HOME> and <PA_HOME> are set and the PingAccess license file is found.

  1. Copy the configuration file from <PA_HOME>/sbin/linux/pingaccess.service to /etc/systemd/system/pingaccess.service.
  2. In the pingaccess.service file, replace the following variables:
    • ${PA_HOME}
    • ${PA_USER}
    • ${PA_JAVA_HOME}
  3. To allow read-write activity on the service, run:
    chmod 644 /etc/systemd/system/pingaccess.service
  4. To load the systemd service, run:
    systemctl daemon-reload
  5. To enable the service, run:
    systemctl enable pingaccess.service
  6. To start the service, run:
    systemctl start pingaccess.service