Systemctl Commands Manual Fedora linux

Useful systemctl commands to manage services and system via systemctl, Applicable in all fedora versions like Fedora 17, 16, 15, etc.


Systemctl fedora commands
Start a service via systemctl
[root@server ~#]systemctl start <daemon>.service
Note:for example to start squid use:  systemctl start squid.service


To Stop a service
[root@server ~#]systemctl stop <daemon>.service


Restart a service
[root@server ~#]systemctl restart <daemon>.service


Reload a service
[root@server ~#]systemctl reload <daemon>.service


Status of a service
[root@server ~#]systemctl status <daemon>.service


Display all service/daemon status
[root@server ~#]systemctl -a                (type "q" for quit)


Add a service to startup
[root@server ~#]systemctl enable <daemon>.service


Remove a service from startup
[root@server ~#]systemctl disable <daemon>.service


Shutdown and halt the system
[root@server ~#]systemctl halt


Shutdown and poweroff the system
[root@server ~#]systemctl poweroff


Shutdown and reboot the system
[root@server ~#]systemctl reboot

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