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commit27cc3de61a1ad1a02b859cfe3dd96aa916295426 (patch)
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parentccaf82a249d988a9192034b5afa33b754aefd379 (diff)
Bug 475403: A RHEL SysV Init Script for
Patch by Max Kanat-Alexander <> r=dkl, a=mkanat
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@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ - Runs jobs in the background for Bugzilla.
- ./ [OPTION] { start | stop | restart | check | help | version }
-f Run in the foreground (don't detach)
@@ -53,9 +53,27 @@ - Runs jobs in the background for Bugzilla.
restart Stops a running jobqueue if one is running, and then
starts a new one.
check Report the current status of the daemon.
+ install On some *nix systems, this automatically installs and
+ configures as a system service so that it will
+ start every time the machine boots.
+ uninstall Removes the system service for
help Display this usage info
version Display the version of
See L<Bugzilla::JobQueue> and L<Bugzilla::JobQueue::Runner>.
+=head1 Running as a System Service
+For systems that use Upstart or SysV Init, there is a SysV/Upstart init
+script included with Bugzilla for F<contrib/bugzilla-queue>.
+It should work out-of-the-box on RHEL, Fedora, CentOS etc.
+You can install it by doing C<./ install> as root, after
+already having run L<checksetup> at least once to completion
+on this Bugzilla installation.
+If you are using a system that isn't RHEL, Fedora, CentOS, etc., then you
+may have to modify F<contrib/bugzilla-queue> and install it yourself
+manually in order to get C<> running as a system service.