This article will guide you how to make a bash script run as a service on Debian 8. This article is quite simple, because I’ve previously written similar tutorials for CentOS 6, CentOS 7, Ubuntu 16. Debian 8 also uses systemd as Ubuntu 16, so the usage in these two operating systems is the same.
How to make a bash script run as a service in Ubuntu 16. This tutorial will guide you to do that. In my blog I have written the same topic for CentOS 7. Ubuntu 16 and CentOS 7 use systemd, you can see the similarity in these two posts. Write your bash script You can
In this article, I will show you how to make the bash script run as a service on CentOS 7 (versions 7.x). Although CentOS 6.x is still supported by 2021 (I remember that). But the use of CentOS 7.x is getting more and more. So, I hope this article will help those who are working
Today I will show you how to make a bash script run as service in CentOS 6 (versions 6.x). Running a bash script as a service is very useful for you in case you want your script to run almost realtime. Most of the time we use scripts that usually combine crontab to execute automatically.