(Migrated) Start zato on boot

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Hello

What is the best way to start a zato environment on boot?, any tips is greatly appreciated.

He are my init.d scripts, for zato-server and zato-lbagent

those require to be placed in:
/etc/init.d/

Also issue the register commands:
sudo update-rc.d zato-server defaults
sudo update-rc.d zato-lbagent defaults

On Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 1:44 PM, Dariusz Suchojad dsuch@zato.io wrote:

On 13/08/14 19:28, Ivan Villareal wrote:

What is the best way to start a zato environment on boot?, any tips is
greatly appreciated.

Actually, I’d like to hear more about it myself.

Perhaps someone has already created startup scripts that can be
contributed to the project?

An interesting question is how to deal with the fact that we regularly
meet users having anything from 1 to 4 servers spread over arbitrary
locations, like:

/home/zato/test/server1
/home/dev-zato/server1
/opt/zato/env/server1
/zato/qs1/server1

?


Dariusz Suchojad

https://zato.io
ESB, SOA, REST, APIs and cloud integrations in Python

On 13/08/14 19:28, Ivan Villareal wrote:

What is the best way to start a zato environment on boot?, any tips is greatly appreciated.

Actually, I’d like to hear more about it myself.

Perhaps someone has already created startup scripts that can be
contributed to the project?

An interesting question is how to deal with the fact that we regularly
meet users having anything from 1 to 4 servers spread over arbitrary
locations, like:

/home/zato/test/server1
/home/dev-zato/server1
/opt/zato/env/server1
/zato/qs1/server1

?

On 13/08/14 19:28, Ivan Villareal wrote:

What is the best way to start a zato environment on boot?, any tips is greatly appreciated.

Actually, I’d like to hear more about it myself.

Perhaps someone has already created startup scripts that can be
contributed to the project?

An interesting question is how to deal with the fact that we regularly
meet users having anything from 1 to 4 servers spread over arbitrary
locations, like:

/home/zato/test/server1
/home/dev-zato/server1
/opt/zato/env/server1
/zato/qs1/server1

?

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Hello

What is the best way to start a zato environment on boot?, any tips is greatly appreciated.