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@@ -10,14 +10,14 @@ can be found in the contrib/init folder.
contrib/init/bitcoind.conf: Upstart service configuration file
contrib/init/bitcoind.init: CentOS compatible SysV style init script

1. Service User
Service User

All three Linux startup configurations assume the existence of a "bitcoin" user
and group. They must be created before attempting to use these scripts.
The OS X configuration assumes bitcoind will be set up for the current user.

2. Configuration

At a bare minimum, bitcoind requires that the rpcpassword setting be set
@@ -46,10 +46,10 @@ relative to the data directory. `wallet` *only* supports relative paths.
For an example configuration file that describes the configuration settings,
see `contrib/debian/examples/bitcoin.conf`.

3. Paths

3a) Linux
### Linux

All three configurations assume several paths that might need to be adjusted.

@@ -65,17 +65,17 @@ reasons to make the configuration file and data directory only readable by the
bitcoin user and group. Access to bitcoin-cli and other bitcoind rpc clients
can then be controlled by group membership.

3b) Mac OS X
### Mac OS X

Binary: `/usr/local/bin/bitcoind`
Configuration file: `~/Library/Application Support/Bitcoin/bitcoin.conf`
Data directory: `~/Library/Application Support/Bitcoin`
Lock file: `~/Library/Application Support/Bitcoin/.lock`

4. Installing Service Configuration
Installing Service Configuration

4a) systemd
### systemd

Installing this .service file consists of just copying it to
/usr/lib/systemd/system directory, followed by the command
@@ -84,14 +84,14 @@ Installing this .service file consists of just copying it to
To test, run `systemctl start bitcoind` and to enable for system startup run
`systemctl enable bitcoind`

4b) OpenRC
### OpenRC

Rename bitcoind.openrc to bitcoind and drop it in /etc/init.d. Double
check ownership and permissions and make it executable. Test it with
`/etc/init.d/bitcoind start` and configure it to run on startup with
`rc-update add bitcoind`

4c) Upstart (for Debian/Ubuntu based distributions)
### Upstart (for Debian/Ubuntu based distributions)

Drop bitcoind.conf in /etc/init. Test by running `service bitcoind start`
it will automatically start on reboot.
@@ -99,7 +99,7 @@ it will automatically start on reboot.
NOTE: This script is incompatible with CentOS 5 and Amazon Linux 2014 as they
use old versions of Upstart and do not supply the start-stop-daemon utility.

4d) CentOS
### CentOS

Copy bitcoind.init to /etc/init.d/bitcoind. Test by running `service bitcoind start`.

@@ -107,7 +107,7 @@ Using this script, you can adjust the path and flags to the bitcoind program by
setting the BITCOIND and FLAGS environment variables in the file
/etc/sysconfig/bitcoind. You can also use the DAEMONOPTS environment variable here.

4e) Mac OS X
### Mac OS X

Copy org.bitcoin.bitcoind.plist into ~/Library/LaunchAgents. Load the launch agent by
running `launchctl load ~/Library/LaunchAgents/org.bitcoin.bitcoind.plist`.
@@ -118,7 +118,7 @@ NOTE: This approach is intended for those wanting to run bitcoind as the current
You will need to modify org.bitcoin.bitcoind.plist if you intend to use it as a
Launch Daemon with a dedicated bitcoin user.

5. Auto-respawn

Auto respawning is currently only configured for Upstart and systemd.