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When ONOS runs as a service, the OS will start it automatically as part of the boot process. On systemd and upstart-based systems, it should also automatically be restarted if it crashes. Once the service configuration files have been installed, you can typically start, stop, and check the status of ONOS using the service command.

Please not that this guide has different commands for different systems (i.e. Ubuntu, Debian, etc.) ensure you are running the correct command for your version, have fun.

Install the service files