Red Hat Satellite 6.x: Restarting Services

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Introduction

Red Hat Satellite consists of a number of running services. Restarting each service manually can be painful. Luckily you can use the commands below to easily restart all services.

List Services

Run the command below to view a list of all Satellite services that are started at boot.

# katello-service list
Redirecting to ‘foreman-maintain service’
Running Service List
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List applicable services:
dynflowd.service enabled
foreman-proxy.service enabled
httpd.service enabled
postgresql.service enabled
pulp_celerybeat.service enabled
pulp_resource_manager.service enabled
pulp_streamer.service enabled
pulp_workers.service enabled
puppetserver.service enabled
qdrouterd.service enabled
qpidd.service enabled
rh-mongodb34-mongod.service enabled
smart_proxy_dynflow_core.service enabled
squid.service enabled
tomcat.service enabled

All services listed [OK]

Check Service Status

The command below will check the status of all Satellite services. The output is similar to running a systemctl status on all Satellite specific services. The output can be quite verbose.

# katello-service status

Stop Services

Use the command below to stop all Satellite services.

# katello-service stop

Start Services

Use the command below to start all Satellite services.

# katello-service start

Restart Services

The command below will restart all Satellite services.

# katello-service restart

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