Category: How to: Toggle System Service Options

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How to Stop a System Service

  1. If the System Services submenu on the left is not already expanded, click on “System Services” to expand the menu.
  2. Click on the submenu of the service you wish to stop — for example, “MySQL”.
  3. Click on the Overview submenu if it exists.
  4. If no Overview submenu item exists, you are most likely already at the proper location.
  5. Locate the Server Control section.
  6. Click the Stop button to stop the service.
  7. You will see the following message at the top of the screen: Service Successfully Stopped.
  8. You should also see the Status indicator switch from Running to Stopped.

How to Start a System Service

  1. If the System Services submenu on the left is not already expanded, click on “System Services” to expand the menu.
  2. Click on the submenu of the service you wish to start — for example, MySQL.
  3. Click on the Overview submenu if it exists.
  4. If no Overview submenu item exists, you are most likely already at the proper location.
  5. Locate the Server Control section.
  6. Click the Start button to start the service.
  7. You will see the following message at the top of the screen: Service Successfully Started.
  8. You should also see the Status indicator switch from Stopped to Running.

How to Restart a System Service

  1. If the System Services submenu on the left is not already expanded, click on “System Services” to expand the menu.
  2. Click on the submenu of the service you wish to restart — for example, MySQL.
  3. Click on the Overview submenu if it exists.
  4. If no Overview submenu item exists, you are most likely already at the proper location.
  5. Locate the Server Control section.
  6. Click the Restart button to restart the service.
  7. You will see the following message at the top of the screen: Service Successfully Restarted.

How to Toggle Service to Start-on-Boot

  1. If the System Services submenu on the left is not already expanded, click on “System Services” to expand the menu.
  2. Click on the submenu of the service you wish to restart — for example, MySQL.
  3. Click on the Overview submenu if it exists.
  4. If no Overview submenu item exists, you are most likely already at the proper location.
  5. Locate the Server Control section.
  6. Select Yes or No from the Start on system boot-up dropdown box.
  7. You should a message similar to MySQL will be started at system boot-up or MySQL will NOT be started at system boot-up at the top of the screen.

How to Toggle Service to Auto-Restart

  1. If the System Services submenu on the left is not already expanded, click on “System Services” to expand the menu.
  2. Click on the submenu of the service you wish to stop — for example, MySQL.
  3. Click on the Overview submenu if it exists.
  4. If no Overview submenu item exists, you are most likely already at the proper location.
  5. Locate the Server Control section.
  6. Select Yes or No from the Auto-restart dropdown box.
  7. You should a message similar to MySQL auto-restart enabled or MySQL auto-restart disabled at the top of the screen.

How to Toggle A Service Graph Display On and Off

  1. Click on the submenu of the service you wish to toggle the RRD graph for – for example, MySQL.
  2. Click on the Overview submenu if it exists.
  3. If no Overview submenu item exists, you are most likely already at the proper location.
  4. Locate the Server Management section.
  5. Select On or Off from the RRD Graphs dropdown box.
  6. Click the Save button.
  7. Depending on your selection, you will see a graph appear or disappear at the top of the page.
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Nov 12, 2012, 10:22 pmBy: InterWorx
How to: Toggle System Service Options
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