Shell learning to automatically detect and restart the httpd service
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Linuxshell learning: automatically detects and restarts the httpd service [root @ localhostshell] catcheckapachesh! Binbashusingyourprogramtoshowyoursystem & amp; 39; sserviceecho & quot; Now, theweb linux shell learning to automatically detect and restart the httpd service [root @ localhost shell] # cat checkapache. sh #! /Bin/bash # using your program to show your system's serviceecho "Now, the web service of linux system will be detected... "echo # Detect www service # web = '/usr/bin/pgrep httpd' web = $ (/usr/bin/pgrep httpd) if [" $ web "! = ""] Then echo "The web service is running now." else echo "The web service is NOT running, It Will running Now! "/Etc/rc. d/init. d/httpd startfi ======================================== = add the above script to the plan for execution, it can detect and start the httpd service, which is particularly useful for website O & M management.
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