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    Hi,

    Has anybody upstart script (/etc/init/wowza.conf or something like that) for running Wowza as service after server boot [Ubuntu 10.04 LTS server]? I need run Wowza as service and automatically after reboot. There is only Fedora/RedHat solution in the Quick start guide.
    Thank you in advance.

    Jan

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    See the User Guide section "Starting and Stopping the Server". In Debian/Ubuntu, it's "service WowzaMediaServer start".

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    Quote Originally Posted by randall View Post
    See the User Guide section "Starting and Stopping the Server". In Debian/Ubuntu, it's "service WowzaMediaServer start".
    OK. This is for "normal" service start. If I reboot a server (HW) Wowza is not running. I need a script for automatically start Wowza server as service. Something for Ubuntu upstart (http://upstart.ubuntu.com/).
    Thanks.

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    Since the Wowza script already handles start/stop service functionality, you can use traditional Debian style:

    echo "service WowzaMediaServer start" >> /etc/[runlevel]/S20wowza
    Be sure to edit the above command for your desired runlevel.

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    To start Wowza at boot time the proper way under Ubuntu, issue the following command:
    update-rc.d WowzaMediaServer defaults

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