Network Time Protocol > Troubleshooting NX-OS – .Net John

March 26, 2022 by No Comments

If you are installing Daemon Nexus Repository Manager Pro or Nexus Repository Manager OSS for production use, you must configure it to start as a new service so that it restarts after a server restart. Does it make sense to also run this service as a daemon if the user only has the necessary permissions? The following sections provide instructions on how the repository manager functions as an absolute service or daemon in various programs.

Run As A Service On Linux

You can set the repository manager to start automatically by copying the entire Nexus script into the /etc/init.d directory. On a Linux system, you do the following for the root user:

  1. Create an elevated user nexus to run this service
  2. Copy $NEXUS_HOME/bin/nexus  to / etc/init.d/nexus
  3. Make /etc/init.d/nexus script and executable run as root –

    chmod 755 /etc / init.d/nexus
    chown root /etc/init.d/nexus
  4. Edit this script, replacing the following variables:
    1. Replace NEXUS_HOME with your absolute location directoryi (e.g. NEXUS_HOME="/usr/local/nexus")
    2. Set RUN_AS_USER to nexus another user with limited rights you prefer to use to run the media. You should not run the repository manager as root.
    3. Replace PIDDIR with a folder where this user has read and write permissions. On most Linux distributions, /var/run is only writable by the root user. The property that needs to be added to match the city of the PID file is called wrapper.pidfile. For more information about the “as” and “wrapper” property, it would be better to customize it. conf can be found at:
  5. Change the company and website group used with the handler , Repository like nexus-work configured in finally is sonatype-work/nexus for user login to run application.
  6. If java is never in default path for this user, the repository manager is running, create a java_home variable pointing to your local installationJava if needed and add $JAVA_HOME/bin to PATH.

Running Red Hat, Fedora and CentOS as a Service

This script contains the appropriate chkconfig directives for each of them, so to add the database manager as a service, simply run the following commands:

$ cd /etc/init.d
$ chkconfig --Add connection
$ --levels chkconfig 345 Nexus enabled
$ Start Nexus service
Launch Repository Nexus Manager Pro...
$ tail -f /usr/local/nexus/logs/wrapper.log

The second command adds nexus as a service to start and stop with the “Enterprise” command.

chkconfig manages symbolic links in /etc/rc[0-6].d that control starting and stopping services when the system is rebooted or transitions between runlevels. The following command adds nexus to runlevels 3, 4 and above 5. The service team runs, you see the manager, the repository, and the last purchase to check the wrapper file. started successfully. If the repository manager started successfully, you should see a message warning you that it is listening because of HTTP.

Runs As A Service With Ubuntu And Debian

The process for setting up a repository manager to help Ubuntu is slightly different from some of the processes used in Red Variant Hut. Instead of running chkconfig, your organization should run the following sequence of commands after setting up the startup script in /etc/init.d.

$ cd /etc/init.d
$update-rc.d Nexus defaults
$ Start Nexus service
Launching Nexus Repository Manager Pro...
$ tail -f /usr/local/nexus/logs/wrapper.log

Run As A Mac Service In OS X

The standard way to launch a Mac solution on OS X is to use launchd, which uses plist files for customization. A sample plist file for a repository that the manager places in /opt is shown in the sample file: < /p>

    Program arguments
    Run at boot

After saving the file as in /Library/LaunchDaemons/ you need to change vladdace and permissions:

sudo root:wheel chown /Library/LaunchDaemons/
sudo chmod 644 /Library/LaunchDaemons/

For example, when using certain configuration repository handlers, the service starts on boot. To run it manually after setup, you can use:

sudo launchctl fear /Library/LaunchDaemons/

Run As A Service On Windows

The start of the repository manager script on Windows platforms is bin/nexus.bat. In addition to the usual start, stop and help commands, it contains many other commands: install and uninstall. Running these commands securely will set the service to create or remove it as a favorite. Once installed as a service using the install command, the batch file can be used to bypass and start the service. In addition, each of our services will be available in the normal Windows Service Management Console, primarily because the service is named nexus.

We recommend in the market not to run a repository manager accessed as user root or similar privilegedreader, as this practice poses a serious security risk to the operating practices of the host. Instead, we propose to create a system administration best practice and implement a service-specific user, typically with minimal access rights.

Consider improving the setting of the other user who can run the repository manager and the permission settings and RUN_AS_USER setting in the Nexus startup script.

We recommend running the Nexus Care daemon or a daemon with appropriate permissions. The user must have a “Nexus” text message and be able to set up a valid investment. Add user


Similarly, I almost installed most of the users as directories in my installation directory

sudo -d usermod /opt/nexus should be nexus

We provide a directory of specific Nexus buyers who have access to the Nexus marketplace. Should we change this “root” owner from “Nexus” to “Patient” and “Group.Chown”?

sudo /opt/nexus nexus:nexus -R

Launch ls -l to make sure you see that the owner may have changed. Many directories are recommended, such as:

/opt/nexus$ls ten -l
drwxr-xr-x nexus nexus 4096 Mar 1 15:32 nexus-3.9.0-01
drwxr-xr-x 3 nexus nexus 4096 n 8 15:08 sonatype-work

Now that my family has created a new service card for us, we need to get Nexus up and running as the new Nexus provider. Please edit “/opt/nexus/nexus-3.9.0-01/bin” directory, “nexus.rc” file with nanoto VI. Ideally, the file should reflect:


Required for login jobs to run the Nexus Helper. To start the repository from the Advisor Catalog application in a bin file on a Unix-like platform, use:


After starting the service, if the system is based on Linux, check if the service started successfully with it.

tail -f /opt/sonatype-work/nexus3/log/nexus.log

Run the full “top” command to verify that the service is running as user “nexus” (requires a different USER session on the terminal)

29688 Nexus 12-15 0 7401296 1.155 g 25424 S 0.3 4.2 Java
 4:23.95./Nexus Drop

Then each person needs to change this so that they can run the daemon as a bootable solution considering .d or systemd. Follow the diagram below to access this official file

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