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Linux init script for AEM

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Hi,

I have followed the steps on this article https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/kb/linux-init-script.html to create the linux init script for AEM. But when I start the service, it shows the following error message:

Jul 20 03:31:32 localhost.localdomain systemd[1]: Starting SYSV: This service manages the Adobe Experience Manager java process....
Jul 20 03:31:32 localhost.localdomain su[8065]: (to admin) root on none
Jul 20 03:31:32 localhost.localdomain aem6[8063]: Starting AEM services: Last login: Wed Jul 20 03:30:24 EDT 2016
Jul 20 03:31:32 localhost.localdomain systemd[1]: PID file /crx-quickstart/conf/aem.pid not readable (yet?) after start.
Jul 20 03:31:32 localhost.localdomain systemd[1]: Failed to start SYSV: This service manages the Adobe Experience Manager java process..
Jul 20 03:31:32 localhost.localdomain systemd[1]: Unit aem6.service entered failed state.
Jul 20 03:31:32 localhost.localdomain systemd[1]: aem6.service failed.


May I know what is the cause of this error. I can start the AEM when I use the start script directly /crx-quickstart/bin/start.

Thanks in advance,

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Hi

Which Linux version are you working on ?

The article your are referring here is very old article, where init.d was in use. Currently System.d has replaced init.d. 

Please read this :- http://www.tecmint.com/systemd-replaces-init-in-linux/

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systemd vs init

                                                                                                                                                   
Featuresinitsystemd
DBus Dependency – MandatoryNoYes
Device based ActivationNoYes
Device dependency configuration with udevNoYes
Timer based ActivationCron/atProprietary
Quota ManagementNoYes
Automatic Service Dependency HandlingNoYes
Kills users Process at logoutNoYes
Swap ManagementNoYes
SELinux integrationNoYes
Support for Encrypted HDDNoYes
Static kernle module loadingNoYes
GUINoYes
List all the child processesNoYes
Sysv compatibleYesYes
Interactive bootingNoYes
Portable to non x86YesNo
Adopted onSeveral DistroSeveral Distro
Parallel service startupNoYes
Resource limit per serviceNoYes
Easy extensible startup scriptYesNo
Separate Code and Configuration FileYesNo
Automatic dependency calculationNoYes
Verbose debugYesNo
VersionN/AV44+
Size560 KBN/A
Number of Files75 files900 files + glib + DBus
Lines of code – LOC15000 (Approx)224000 (Approx) (inc Codes, comments and white space) 125000 (Approx) (acctual code)
 

 

Please read this old Forum post for some help:http://help-forums.adobe.com/content/adobeforums/en/experience-manager-forum/adobe-experience-manage...

 

I hope this will help you.

 

Thanks and Regards

Kautuk Sahni 

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Hi

Which Linux version are you working on ?

The article your are referring here is very old article, where init.d was in use. Currently System.d has replaced init.d. 

Please read this :- http://www.tecmint.com/systemd-replaces-init-in-linux/

//

systemd vs init

                                                                                                                                                   
Featuresinitsystemd
DBus Dependency – MandatoryNoYes
Device based ActivationNoYes
Device dependency configuration with udevNoYes
Timer based ActivationCron/atProprietary
Quota ManagementNoYes
Automatic Service Dependency HandlingNoYes
Kills users Process at logoutNoYes
Swap ManagementNoYes
SELinux integrationNoYes
Support for Encrypted HDDNoYes
Static kernle module loadingNoYes
GUINoYes
List all the child processesNoYes
Sysv compatibleYesYes
Interactive bootingNoYes
Portable to non x86YesNo
Adopted onSeveral DistroSeveral Distro
Parallel service startupNoYes
Resource limit per serviceNoYes
Easy extensible startup scriptYesNo
Separate Code and Configuration FileYesNo
Automatic dependency calculationNoYes
Verbose debugYesNo
VersionN/AV44+
Size560 KBN/A
Number of Files75 files900 files + glib + DBus
Lines of code – LOC15000 (Approx)224000 (Approx) (inc Codes, comments and white space) 125000 (Approx) (acctual code)
 

 

Please read this old Forum post for some help:http://help-forums.adobe.com/content/adobeforums/en/experience-manager-forum/adobe-experience-manage...

 

I hope this will help you.

 

Thanks and Regards

Kautuk Sahni 

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Thanks, I am using Redhat 7.2, is it must use system.d instead of init.d?

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Qian416 wrote...

Thanks, I am using Redhat 7.2, is it must use system.d instead of init.d?

 

It has "systemd".

Reference Link:- https://access.redhat.com/articles/754933

//Although the systemd process replaces the init process (quite literally, /sbin/init is now a symbolic link to /usr/lib/systemd/systemd) for starting services at boot time

~kautuk

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Thanks, this helps a lot.

I have managed to find this article helps a lot on creating the aem service using systemD.

http://blogs.perficient.com/adobe/2016/06/17/start-aem-automatically-using-systemd/