How to Manage System Services on Linux


Learn how to handle common service management tasks.

System administrators are typically responsible for service management tasks on Linux devices, explains Damon Garn, such as those related to email transfer, printing, and file sharing.

“There are several services you will probably encounter regularly on most Linux systems. You’ll likely manipulate or check their status as part of configuration and troubleshooting tasks,” he says.

This article describes various services to be familiar with and provides tips on how to manage them, including starting, stopping, and restarting.

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