For example service aveksa_server status_oracle. How would that be done with systemctl? Thank you.
Actually I would advise against using service/systemctl at all.
Always login using oracle and use the acm alias to stop/start/check services.
Note: If you login first as another user then switch to oracle, always make sure you use "su - oracle” (the hyphen) to properly initialize the oracle use environment variables so you can use the acm alias.
Oracle Grid + Database
Oracle Database Only
You cannot do that "yet". That is not the purpose of systemctl. Systemctl doesn't allow custom commands.See: RFE: Custom service actions/commands · Issue #3656 · systemd/systemd · GitHub
I suggest you continue using service command for those custom status.
You can run 'systemctl status oracle' but I am not sure if you are looking for that.
Thank you. We were doing the install of 7.2 and the service commands were listed in the documentation. I thought perhaps their might be another way with RHEL 7.X and systemd.
This is very helpful. Thanks you very much. I had been following documentation with references to service. I will pass this on.
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