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Improve docs about register/run as a service (#27461)

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---
date: "2017-07-21T12:00:00+02:00"
title: "Run as service in Linux"
title: "Run as a Linux service"
slug: "linux-service"
sidebar_position: 40
toc: false
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identifier: "linux-service"
---
### Run Gitea as Linux service
# Run as a Linux service
You can run Gitea as service, using either systemd or supervisor. The steps below tested on Ubuntu 16.04, but those should work on any Linux distributions (with little modification).
You can run Gitea as a Linux service, using either systemd or supervisor. The steps below tested on Ubuntu 16.04, but those should work on any Linux distributions (with little modification).
#### Using systemd
## Using systemd
Copy the sample [gitea.service](https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/blob/main/contrib/systemd/gitea.service) to `/etc/systemd/system/gitea.service`, then edit the file with your favorite editor.
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sudo systemctl enable gitea --now
```
#### Using supervisor
## Using supervisor
Install supervisor by running below command in terminal:

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---
date: "2016-12-21T15:00:00-02:00"
title: "Register as a Windows Service"
title: "Register as a Windows service"
slug: "windows-service"
sidebar_position: 50
toc: false
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sidebar_position: 50
identifier: "windows-service"
---
# Register as a Windows service
# Prerequisites
## Prerequisites
The following changes are made in C:\gitea\custom\conf\app.ini:
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COMPUTERNAME is whatever the response is from `echo %COMPUTERNAME%` on the command line. If the response is `USER-PC` then `RUN_USER = USER-PC$`
## Use absolute paths
### Use absolute paths
If you use SQLite3, change the `PATH` to include the full path:
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PATH = c:/gitea/data/gitea.db
```
# Register as a Windows Service
## Register Gitea
To register Gitea as a Windows service, open a command prompt (cmd) as an Administrator,
then run the following command:
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"Run". If everything is OK, Gitea will be reachable on `http://localhost:3000` (or the port
that was configured).
## Service startup type
### Service startup type
It was observed that on loaded systems during boot Gitea service may fail to start with timeout records in Windows Event Log.
In that case change startup type to `Automatic-Delayed`. This can be done during service creation, or by running config command
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sc.exe config gitea start= delayed-auto
```
## Adding startup dependencies
### Adding startup dependencies
To add a startup dependency to the Gitea Windows service (eg Mysql, Mariadb), as an Administrator, then run the following command:
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This will ensure that when the Windows machine restarts, the automatic starting of Gitea is postponed until the database is ready and thus mitigate failed startups.
## Unregister as a service
## Unregister Gitea
To unregister Gitea as a service, open a command prompt (cmd) as an Administrator and run:
To unregister Gitea as a Windows service, open a command prompt (cmd) as an Administrator and run:
```
sc.exe delete gitea