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Janssen System Services Lifecycle Management#

Getting list of Jans services#

sudo systemctl list-units --all "jans*"

Output should be like below:

UNIT                    LOAD   ACTIVE SUB     DESCRIPTION               
jans-auth.service       loaded active running Janssen OAauth service    
jans-config-api.service loaded active running Janssen Config API service
jans-fido2.service      loaded active running Janssen Fido2 Service     
jans-scim.service       loaded active running Janssen Scim service      

LOAD   = Reflects whether the unit definition was properly loaded.
ACTIVE = The high-level unit activation state, i.e. generalization of SUB.
SUB    = The low-level unit activation state, values depend on unit type.

5 loaded units listed.

Other Services#

There are more services other than Jans services like LDAP or Apache. To get the status of those services make sure you use command like

sudo systemctl list-units --all "apache2*"

Commands (Ubuntu 20.04, RHEL 8, SUSE 15)#


systemctl start [service name]


systemctl stop [service name]


systemctl status [service name]


systemctl restart [service name]


This command is used for the apache2 and httpd services.

systemctl reload [service name]

Last update: 2023-04-11
Created: 2022-07-21