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3.5 Starting Linux servers
This section covers all the ways that you can start integrated Linux servers and any special
considerations you should be aware of. Integrated Linux servers can be started in several
ways:
򐂰 Using iSeries Navigator
򐂰 Using CL Commands
򐂰 Using a CL program
򐂰 Automatically at iSeries start up
3.5.1 Starting Linux servers using iSeries Navigator
The Integrated xSeries Servers function of iSeries Navigator provides an interface for starting
Linux servers individually or in multiples.
Starting a single Linux server using iSeries Navigator
To start a single Linux server using iSeries Navigator:
1. Click Integrated xSeries Servers under Windows Administration.
2. Right-click the server you want to start, as shown in Figure 3-24.
Figure 3-24 Starting an integrated Linux server through iSeries Navigator
3. Select Start. After a few moments, you should see the status change to Started.
Starting multiple Linux servers using iSeries Navigator
To start all integrated servers (both Linux and Windows) select one of the following methods:
򐂰 Right-click Integrated xSeries Servers in the left pane and select Start all.
򐂰 Click Start all Windows servers in the bottom right pane.
Important: You cannot start an integrated Linux server from the Linux console; however,
you can
restart a running server from the Linux console.

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