Add systemd Startup Script For CouchDB

Add systemd Startup Script For CouchDB

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couchdb-whiteCurrently, version 2.0 of CouchDB doesn’t come with any form of startup script. I’m sure that as the CouchDB 2 branch becomes more mature and it’s added to the various software repositories startup scripts will be shipped as standard, but until then we have to make do.

The below script is a systemd startup script with a cat command to create the file with the required content in the systemd config directories. Run the below script to create the startup file. You’ll need to change /usr/bin/couchdb to be the location of your couchdb executable.

cat <<EOT >> /etc/systemd/system/couchdb.service
[Unit]
Description=Couchdb service
After=network.target

[Service]
Type=simple
User=couchdb
ExecStart=/usr/bin/couchdb -o /dev/stdout -e /dev/stderr
Restart=always
EOT

You’ll then need to reload the systemd daemon and add the couchdb service to the startup routine. Run the below commands to enable CouchDB at machine startup.

systemctl  daemon-reload
systemctl  start couchdb.service
systemctl  enable couchdb.service

 


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