Startup Sequence / Dependencies¶
To ensure a proper service start and to minimize error messages on the TeamDrive Client side, the following startup sequence of the TeamDrive Enterprise Server components and services should be observed.
Start the TeamDrive Host Server services in the following order:
- Mount the Space Volumes (e.g. NFSv4, local/virtual disks)
- Start the Host Server MySQL database service
- Start the
- Start the Apache HTTP Server
2. Start the TeamDrive Host Server services as outlined in the TeamDrive Host Server Installation Guide.
Starting the Apache HTTP Server at Boot Time¶
To ensure that Apache HTTP Server starts up automatically at system bootup time, use the following command to enable it:
[root@hostserver ~]# chkconfig httpd on
It’s important, that the MySQL service starts before the Apache will start. On CentOS 7 edit the file:
and add at the end of the line starting with
After= the entry
mysqld.service. This will ensure, that the Apache will start
after the MySQL service.
Starting TeamDrive Service at Boot Time¶
To start the TeamDrive Host Server background service
boot time, use the following command to enable it:
[root@hostserver ~]# chkconfig td-hostserver on
This concludes the basic installation and configuration of the TeamDrive Host Server. Please consult the TeamDrive Host Server Administration Guide for additional information on advanced administrative tasks and configuration steps.